LinuxMall.com: Speak, Tux, Speak!
Jun 27, 2000, 19:43 (0 Talkback[s])
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"IBM is bent on teaching Linux a new trick: how to speak."
"IBM recently released seven voice recognition products, one of
which loans its voice to the Linux operating system (OS)."
"IBM ViaVoice Dictation for Linux is commercially available and
offers voice recognition technology for the Linux platform,
according to a company statement. ViaVoice for Linux lets users
dictate and read documents using natural human speech."
"The voice platform includes open standards-based, scalable
products for the mobile device, Web application server, call center
and Linux marketplace. A speech function allows the use of
natural speech for mobile Internet communications while maintaining
the low cost of Web transmission."
- CNET News.com: IBM overhauls voice-recognition strategy(Jun 22, 2000)
- LinuxMall.com: Speaking Openly(Jun 11, 2000)
- BW: Listen Up! IBM's ViaVoice Named Best New Product for the Mac(May 18, 2000)
- NY Times: I.B.M. Goes Countercultural With Linux(Mar 20, 2000)
- VNUnet: [Lernout and Hauspie] Speech operated PDAs to debut at Cebit(Feb 22, 2000)
- CNN: IBM leads Linux charge(Feb 08, 2000)
- VNUnet: IBM unveils new chips, PCs and Internet appliances(Feb 08, 2000)
- LinuxPR: IBM ViaVoice For Linux(Feb 07, 2000)
- LinuxPR: Announcing Emacspeak-11.0 (Aster)(Dec 01, 1999)
- TechWeb: Speech Recognition Is No Longer All Talk(Dec 01, 1999)
- IBM: ViaVoice Developer Kit for Linux(Nov 23, 1999)