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    http://www.voicesignal.com/news/pres...006_04_04.html

    Oh yeah.....now someone please say it will be available for the Treo.

    "Woburn, Mass. – April 4, 2006 – VoiceSignal, the leading provider of speech interface solutions for mobile devices announced today that top mobile phone OEMs will begin shipping its continuous dictation solution this summer. The mobile world was shocked at CES 2005 with the introduction of Samsung handsets equipped with VoiceMode 1.0, the first ever dictation product capable of running in the tight memory and limited processors available in today’s mobile phones. Following a tremendous market reception, Cingular, Verizon and Sprint now all carry VoiceMode™ 1.0 enabled handsets.

    VoiceMode 2.0 delivers true large vocabulary, continuous dictation running entirely embedded in the mobile device. The device-only implementation offers significant advantages over server-based offerings that experience network related interruptions and delays. VoiceMode 2.0 is fast and accurate and can be used to input text into any application running in the mobile device including email, SMS, IM, calendar and more. Designed specifically for the limited memory of mass market phones, VoiceMode 2.0 is compact enough to enable handset manufacturers to deploy it in all phone segments from the entry level through smartphones.

    “High performance continuous dictation from VoiceSignal will dramatically change the way people use text messaging on mobile devices. Dictation offers significant improvement in usability that will drive increased messaging volume and message length. Even for experienced texters, using the key pad is tedious and slow. Continuous dictation will be a major leap forward in mobile phone usability,” said Neil Strother, Research Director of Mobile Devices, NPD Group.

    VoiceSignal’s portfolio of “no-training” embedded speech solutions include VSuite™, VSpeak™, and VoiceMode™. VoiceSignal solutions will ship on more than 100 million handsets through the end of 2006 making it the clear market leader. The solutions are used by market leading OEMs including Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Palm, Pantech and others, and available on major networks such as Verizon, Cingular, Sprint, T-Mobile and Vodafone."
    http://geoffandwen.com/blind/newsarticle.asp?u_id=8597

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    WOBURN, Mass., Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- VoiceSignal, the leading provider of speech solutions for mobile devices, today provided the first listen of its top secret speech synthesis research project, which will be called VSpeak(TM) when it hits the market in mobile phones later this year. VoiceSignal's solutions previously contained a speech synthesis engine for speaking names, numbers and menu items; however VSpeak(TM) is a full text-to-speech (TTS) application that can read email, text messages, web pages or any other text.

    What makes VSpeak remarkable is that the technology consumes only 300KB of memory in a mobile phone and has the sound quality and intelligibility of
    systems requiring more than 20MB. VSpeak is a major step forward for the
    mobile phone industry because for the first time a high quality TTS system for reading text messages and other content can be deployed in the memory
    constraints of entry level and mid-tier devices, rather than the highest end
    smartphones. Including TTS in mobile phones allows users to listen to incoming text messages or other text without looking at the device. When matched with a bluetooth headset an entirely new eyes free interface solution is possible."
    More here:

    http://www.voicesignal.com/news/arti...1-05-nano.html
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    So is it text2speech or speech2text?
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    Quote Originally Posted by btstarcher
    So is it text2speech or speech2text?
    VSpeak(TM) is a full text-to-speech (TTS) application that can read email, text messages, web pages or any other text
    VoiceMode 2.0 delivers true large vocabulary, continuous dictation running
    dictation = speech to text

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