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Google recently added a new Android intent that gives developers the ability to enable voice search in their apps.
Vodafone India, India's leading telecommunications service provider, has launched appStar 2014.
The MindMeld API prepares for increased usage among businesses and developers looking to incorporate speech-recognition search and action features into their apps and products.
Leap Motion connects its hand motion API to virtual reality. Expect Labs gives voice to its MindMeld shopping API.
SpeechTrans releases the SpeechOne API that allows verbal communication with digital devices. Plus, How Marvel’s API will change cultural criticism.
Voice is considered the next great user interface, but the challenge is finding a way to cost effectively enable its use. At the APIcon 2014 conference this week, Alex Lebrun, co-founder and CEO of Wit.AI, showed how developers can make use of an API to add voice-recognition capabilities to their applications.
PowerPhone, leader in 911 call handling protocols, has updated its premier software package (Total Response CACH) to include an open API. The API will allow computer aided dispatch systems (CAD) to seamlessly integrate with CACH. CACH, short for computer aided call handling, automates questioning and information gathering.
Originally incubated within mobile VoIP giant Rebtel as a developer API, Sinch today announced the launch of its communications platform enabling iOS and Android developers to add a layer of voice and messaging to their apps.
Nexmo continues its tear through 2014. After landing new funding in January, then delivering new solutions through the UK and UAE, Nexmo has extended its reach to China with a 21Vianet Partnership. The partnerships will allow Nexmo to bring its cloud APIs to communication app developers and solution providers with China’s largest carrier-neutral data center service provider, 21Vianet.
Google this week unveiled a first release of the Project Ara Module Developers Kit; Google is calling it an MDK rather than SDK. The kit is truly in an alpha state at version 0.10. Despite its far-from-finished status, Google wanted to offer developers a peek at what they'll be able to do with Project Ara.