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Spy Sound Recorder

Spy Sound Recorder is powerful sound recorder software. With this voice recorder, you can spy all sound input voice from microphone...

August 4, 2014 by RealSpy Software

Consumer VoIP can find place in SMB

Voice-over-Internet Protocol consumer players like Google and Skype will find it "tough" to penetrate enterprise IP telephony space but will have chance in small and midsize business market, notes analyst.

October 1, 2010 by

Touch isn't Microsoft's only next-generation interface technology

While Microsoft's mult-touch capabilities (and lack thereof) are in the news daily, the company's speech engine and algorithms don't often merit a mention.At the SpeechTEK conference in New York City on August 3, Microsoft officials attempted to explain what the Redmondians have coming in the voice recognition and synthesis space -- without going so far as to announce undisclosed products.

August 3, 2010 by

Is Freeware the new Open Source?

As open source technologies continue to pound an increasingly heavier footprint throughout the world’s enterprise IT portals, could we be about to see a new surge in the freeware space as this delivery model bids for voice alongside open source itself?One has to ask the question after seeing news emanating from VMworld San Francisco this week that virtualisation management specialist Vizioncore has just positioned half their product line as freeware.

September 2, 2009 by

TomTom arrives on the iPhone for $100

AT&T Navigator's subscription based GPS navigation solution (see our review) was the first full GPS voice navigation system for the Apple iPhone, but there is now some serious competition in the GPS navigation space that may even start knocking out dedicated PND. The biggest news today is that TomTom for the iPhone was released in the US. TomTom (iTunes link) is a well known name in PNDs and their iPhone solution is one of the most costly at $99. Other recent stand-alone (no subscription required) GPS navigation solutions for the iPhone include Navigon at a special $69.99 launch price and CoPilot Live for $34.99. There is quite a price range across these navigation solutions and we'll have to see if the high cost of TomTom is worth the premium over CoPilot Live 8.

August 17, 2009 by

Microsoft and HP announce alliance at Interop

At the Interop Conference in Las Vegas, Microsoft's Stephen Elop and Hewlett-Packard's Ann Livermore announce a partnership between the two companies to bring a better, faster, less expensive, unified communication solution to businesses. Also, Microsoft's Warren Barkley demonstrates a touch-screen workspace that has drag and drop conference calls, voice to text voicemails, and an integrated document sharing space.

May 22, 2009 by

Skype Spy Recorder

Skype Spy Recorder is powerful sound recorder software. With this voice recorder, you can spy all sound input voice from microphone...

July 1, 2014 by JeMonitor Soft

Crazy Voices

Crazy Voices is distorted by the selected effect. With this plug-in for Teamspeak you use different effects to distort your voice in...

April 24, 2013 by CAD-KAS

Does Techmeme's Leaderboard connote the death of blogging?

Robert Scoble laments the existence of the Techmeme Leaderboard, which ranks sites every 20 minutes based on the amount of headline space they occupied on Techmeme over the 30 days. He suggests that the list of top sources for Techmeme heralds the death of blogging because the dynamic leaderboard typically contains only few "bloggers," which he defines as the “single voice of a person.

October 1, 2007 by

Mashup Camp brainstorms

Mashup Camp opened this morning, with dozens of mashers, both developers and vendors with APIs, stepping up to propose sessions on everything from mobile mashups and creating mashups for corporate use to API pricing models and voice-enabling mashups. My partner on Between the Lines, David Berlind (left), is the host and co-founder of this 'open space unconference.

July 12, 2006 by

Call centres: no VoIP for us, please

Despite recent excitement in the domestic market over voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), a survey has revealed that less than 2 percent of Australia's call centre managers have the technology on their shopping list.In recent months the Australian market has seen the release of several new players in the VoIP space and analyst predictions to the effect that 2005 will be the year that VoIP takes off in a big way.

March 14, 2005 by

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