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SD Times: IBM Delivers Free Speech Tools

Aug 20, 2003, 11:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"In the shadow of The SCO Group's copyright infringement allegations, IBM Corp. continues to develop and market solutions for Linux-based systems. Late last month, the company released WebSphere Everyplace Multimodal Environment for Embedix, a version of its Eclipse-based IDE that developers can use to target Sharp's Linux-based Zaurus 5600 handheld computer with applications that can be driven visually, by voice or by a combination of the two.

"According to the company, the tools include a code editor for modifying existing Web applications with XHTML and VoiceXML (X+V) tagging protocols, predeveloped X+V sample code and a voice-application simulator based on the Opera 7 voice-enabled browser from Opera Software AS. The environment works with IBM's Multimodal Toolkit for WebSphere Studio, also available now. Both tools are free..."

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