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#MWC09 LIVE: Microsoft announces Microsoft Recite Technology Preview
Posted by Arne Hess - on Sunday, 15.02.09 - 20:04:12 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 8382x
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Just ahead of tomorrows starting Mobile World Congress, Microsoft today announced the public availability of Microsoft Recite for Windows Mobile.
Microsoft Recite is a search technology for your voice that runs 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. Microsoft Recite's voice search makes it easy to retrieve your stored thoughts and notes by using voice pattern matching and is therefore language independent!

It analyzes the patterns in your speech and finds matches between two recordings - the notes you stored on your phone, and the search you do using your voice. With Recite you can store thousands of spoken notes, and then later retrieve the notes you want based on a match with your search term(s). This is different from speech recognition, which has to accurately convert spoken words to application-readable input.

Microsoft Recite is a free download for Windows Mobile devices (version 6.0 and higher). Simply direct the browser of your Windows Mobile device to http://recite.microsoft.com/download. There is no cost to participate in the Microsoft Recite Technology Preview. Standard carrier rates apply to the data sessions and download time on your mobile device. Those fees are dependent on your data plan with your carrier. After downloading, actual use of the technology does not consume any data sessions.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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