Continuous Speech Dictation System Enables Mobile Users to Dictate Text Naturally … So … You … Don’t … Have … to … Talk … Like … This


“Mobile subscribers sent over a trillion SMS messages last year alone. They are now ready to use their voice, rather than thumbs, to send text,” said Dan Miller, senior analyst, Opus Research. “Dictation is just part of Nuance’s arsenal of embedded and server side-solutions. In concert with mobile carriers and handset makers, the company is ready to demonstrate that the convenience of accurate dictation will drive user adoption and repeat usage even further.”

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Continuous Speech Dictation System Enables Mobile Users to Dictate Text Naturally … So … You … Don’t … Have … to … Talk … Like … This


“Mobile subscribers sent over a trillion SMS messages last year alone. They are now ready to use their voice, rather than thumbs, to send text,” said Dan Miller, senior analyst, Opus Research. “Dictation is just part of Nuance’s arsenal of embedded and server side-solutions. In concert with mobile carriers and handset makers, the company is ready to demonstrate that the convenience of accurate dictation will drive user adoption and repeat usage even further.”

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