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AXED: Microsoft discontinues Recite Voice Technology Preview for Windows Mobile
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 01.10.09 - 18:52:07 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 5940x
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Back in February, Microsoft announced the public availability of Recite Technology Preview. Microsoft Recite was a search technology for your voice that ran on Windows Mobile 6.0 and higher devices. With Microsoft Recite, you can use your voice to easily store, search and retrieve the things you want to remember, where and when you need them. However, yesterday the Recite team announced on the project page, that Microsoft Recite will be discontinued by end of this year. According to this announcement, Microsoft will no longer be offering the Microsoft Recite Technology Preview as of December 31, 2009. After this date you will no longer be able to access Microsoft Recite from your mobile phone.

The Microsoft Recite Team thanks you for your valuable feedback on this product and says:

The ability to capture notes and reminders is an area we are still focused on and we will continue to consider your feedback to build out these rich experiences in upcoming products.

Microsoft is also noting that it is important to them that you retain the Microsoft Recite files you need. To ensure you do not lose access to any valuable data, Microsoft encourages you to transfer your Microsoft Recite files from your phone to your computer using this simple guide.

Microsoft hasn't yet given any further information where the Recite technology might appear at an commercial product. However, OneNote Mobile/2010 might be a good bet anyway.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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