PC Week: L&H shows off voice-enabled PDA at DemoFeb 09, 2000, 18:44 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Carmen Nobel)
"The prototype, code-named "Nuk" (short for "Nukulo," the Hawaiian word for "echo"), takes advantage of L&H's background in voice recognition software; Nuk is the first handheld to include a large-vocabulary speech recognition engine, which runs on a mobile version of the Linux operating system."
"Though officials stressed that the device was only a prototype and built for demonstration purposes only, it was functional and featured Intel Corp.'s StrongArm II chip. If such a device goes to market in the future, L&H will provide the software but another company likely will build the hardware, a spokesman said...."