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Nuance, Intel build speech commands into PCs -- finally

Mark Hachman | Jan. 7, 2014
PCs from Acer, Dell, HP and Lenovo will soon include Nuance's Dragon Assistant, the speech giant's technology for tweeting, Facebooking, and playing music using voice commands.

Most people undoubtedly reach for their smartphones when they want to fire off a quick tweet or ask a quick question of personal digital assistants like Siri or Google Now. But those still require pulling a smartphone out of one's pocket, unlocking it, and then navigating to the appropriate page. For those with a PC always on and listening, the new Nuance Dragon Assistant for Intel-based PCs might be useful as well as entertaining. 


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