Comments on: Speech Recognition Available for the Treo 650

Following our recent piece on Palm OS Voice Recognition, VoiceSignal has released more information on their new speaker-independent system for the palmOne Treo 650 smartphone. A demo copy will be included on the Treo 650 companion cdrom.
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Now if only...

dnicolaou @ 11/16/2004 1:46:09 PM #
...the Treo 650 was available for speech recognition!

Great Direction for the PDA

LiveFaith @ 11/16/2004 1:54:58 PM #
This is a great direction for the PDA to be going. But for the smartfone it is even better. anything that allows the user to keep his/her eyes on the road or task at hand is a very important feature. My T637 has VR for calling and it is great for use in traffic.

One day full "working" VR will make it's way into PDAs and will offer great data input and navgation.

Pat Horne;

ANY Contact??

treo007 @ 11/16/2004 2:12:59 PM #
Can this be set to pull from only a certain group? I ask because, if you have upwards of 5,000 contacts in your address book, you KNOW it's going to get it wrong from time to time.

I'd rather not be constantly calling the wrong number. It would be great (if it's reliable) if it can be configured to pull from just a 'frequently called list'.

Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi.

timepilot84 @ 11/16/2004 6:39:58 PM #
I just noticed that no one had complained that the Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi and will therefore be the downfall of PalmOne on this forum. I'd just like to take a moment of your time to correct this glaring oversight:

The PalmOne Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi and therefore will be the bane of the company.

Thank you for your time.

RE: Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi.
smap77 @ 11/16/2004 6:47:37 PM #
Thank you for pointing this out. If only everyone would post off-topic opinions and information, PIC would be much less useful. tp84: If you have anything to sell (especially medicines from Canada) please post them here as well and make it thoroughly unuseful.

RE: Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi.
treo007 @ 11/16/2004 7:51:35 PM #
I don't know...while I would have preferred he answered my above question, I thought it was kind of funny.

RE: Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi.
Hal2000 @ 11/16/2004 8:38:58 PM #
On my last trip to Canada, pot was legal.
But the T5 should have wifi dammit.

2.128 gigs under the hood.
RE: Tungsten T5 doesn't have wi-fi.
LegalEagle @ 3/6/2005 1:13:24 PM #
While I have to concur that TP84 is off topic - where the hell did smap77 come from? As a dual US and Candian citizen and licensed lawyer in both countries - I can fairly say you added no value and only sounded ignorant.

FYI - Canadian pharmacy and drug testing is considerably more conservative than the FDA in almost all ways. If it brings cheaper drugs to fellow American citizens then clearly I am missing the wrong. While I know I am personally off topic, your comments on being off topic and then unnecessary crass feedback was both rude... and made you sound ignorant for no apparent reason.

For the record Pot is not legal in Canada, but there are some provinces that turn a blind eye on it. The closest parallel I could draw to hear in the US would be the hand gun registry.

Best wishes to all American and Canadians on the board!

max 3000 contacts

s.curry @ 11/29/2006 12:28:18 PM #
Looks like this is only good up to 3000 contacts. My database is over 4000 and consequently unable to use it. Any suggestions?
RE: max 3000 contacts
Jay MK @ 4/9/2007 2:06:23 AM #
Did anyone ever find a voice dialer for the Treo 700p that works with more than 3000 contacts? Thank you. The software that comes packaged with the phone will not handle enough contacts to be useful.

RE: max 3000 contacts
filesuit @ 10/10/2007 11:33:06 AM #
nope! if you find one please let me know.



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