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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.
Everyone API gives developers an easy way to access telephone data on the web.
Voxbone, a leader in servicing the telecommunications industry, has announced the full release of their newest API.
Voxbone API offers real-time delivery of mobile and toll-free numbers from over 50 countries. Google makes the cost of cloud storage nearly free. Plus: the Australian Bureau of Labor Stats stealth API, and Acquia scales API calls for a major train operator.
SpeechTrans releases the SpeechOne API that allows verbal communication with digital devices. Plus, How Marvel’s API will change cultural criticism.
Telstra announced that it has opened its IP telephony platform up for third party integration through an API. InteractiveTV Today has announced that it will bring the popular tvot^ hackathon back to San Francisco next month. Plus, the 10 Best Google API JQuery Plugins.
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.