Nuance Voices Found In OS X Lion, New iPhone Speech/Text Application

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Apple is no stronger in speech recognition, but it looks like it may have enlisted some outside help from OS X, Lion. Netputing reports that some of the text to speech voice capabilities available in the developer preview of Lion just so happen to match the voices from Nuance suggests a partnership or licensing agreement as it costs $45 from Nuance. Apple has recently filed a patent application that brings fairly extensive new speech recognition to iPhone. It would let you to have a phone call converted to text or some text converted to voice on other end. The application notes comes in handy both in noisy environments and in situations where you simply are not able to talk. Click on the source link to see how it works.

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