CNET News.com: IBM overhauls voice-recognition strategyJun 22, 2000, 13:32 (1 Talkback[s])
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"IBM tomorrow will completely revamp its voice-recognition technology strategy, focusing more on delivering core technologies rather than on individual products."
"The shift recognizes that computing is increasingly moving to smaller devices, such as handheld computers, cell phones and wearable PCs, that demand voice-recognition capabilities. IBM is also betting there will be big demand for voice-recognition server software essential for other devices, such as set-top boxes and in-vehicle Web appliances."
"...Supporting its continued thrust into Linux, IBM later this month will begin selling ViaVoice Dictation for Linux, which will sell for about $60 retail."
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