Cutting Through The Clutter

Mears, Jennifer
September 2000
Wireless Week;09/18/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 38, p26
Trade Publication
Deals with the Clear Voice Capture Software developed by Fred Nussbaum, vice president of business development for Clarity company, which will impact the use of voice-activated applications. How the concept for the wireless application was developed; How the technology works.


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