Yes, But Does It Talk Back?

Smith, Brad
March 2000
Wireless Week;03/06/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p38
Trade Publication
Provides information on the advances in the voice-recognition technology. Transition in the wireless communication industry to using the voice in other ways; Use of the Web to bridge the voice and data world and the landline and wireless world; Benefits of using the voice to access the Web.


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