Text to Speech TechnologyCar and Driver and the Chrysler Brand Announce the Launch of Txt U L8r
Car and Driver, the automotive enthusiast publication, announced Txt U L8r, a free mobile application for handheld devices created to combat the dangers of texting while driving, sponsored by Chrysler, developed by iSpeech.
Cepstral Breaks the 2 MB Voice Barrier
The software can produce fully general, unit selection Text-to-Speech voices under two megabytes in size. Consumer electronics manufacturers can now add high quality Text-to-Speech features in talking e-mail, talking e-books, spoken reminders, or talking directions,"
Cepstral TTS Voices Released for Mac OS X
Apple has speech services in the OS X operating system and user interface. Cepstral voices integrate directly under the Apple Speech Manager. They are available to all applications and services that use Text-to-Speech. Integrated speech technology allows vocalization of all types of menus, system alerts, web browser, and text content anywhere without requiring a separate program
gh's MathSpeak Finds Its "Voice" With Pittsburgh Speech Synthesis Company
"Cepstral's state-of-the-art Text-To-Speech engine and voice technology helps MathSpeak software talk more like a real human voice, making it easier to understand and promoting retention of the material."
Cost-Breaking Distributed Speech Technology Released for Telephony Industry
Cepstral LLC announced the release of standards-compliant Media Resource Control Protocol support for the Cepstral Swift Text-to-Speech System. The new product, Swift MRPC, targets IVR, VoIP PBX, and other telephony voice applications.
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