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TalkBack gives voice to e-mail, other text

UK software house Talking Technologies has released TalkBack (£79), a multipurpose text-to-speech utility.
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Written by Martin Veitch, Contributor on

Users select text and play back voice via an on-screen VCR-like facia. The company expects TalkBack to mostly be used by the visually impaired, or for listening to e-mail, or in children's education. Users can select voice style, tone and volume. The CD-ROM-based title needs a Windows-based PC with sound card.

Talking Technologies can be contacted by telephone on 0171-602 4107.

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