Google's New Software Lets You Navigate The Internet With Your Voice
Google builds a modern day tower of Babel to power unbelievable voice search software.
Google appears to be on the vanguard of vocal interfacing with computers and smart phones. Their latest voice recognition roll out makes massive strides towards seamless vocal detection software. It offers a host of features which will astound anyone who has struggled with the cumbersome traditional software of vocal recognition applications. In addition to quicksilver response times, it also works with multiple languages:
Android's Translate app (also available for the iPhone) will not only convert your English into spoken French (among several other languages) but also has a “conversation mode” that will translate the French waiter's response back into English. And if that's not enough, Android lets you dictate your e-mail and text messages, too.