|15 Jan 2013||#1|
Google touts speech in new Chrome beta, releases API for devs
Google has taken the wraps off the latest beta of Chrome, and is touting the concept of voice-driven web apps to developers.
Chrome 25 was released on Monday, and comes with a new Web Speech API providing developers the tools to build speech-to-text features into their own web apps
The new API provides scope for using voice in gaming, or as Google suggests in a demo, the ability to dictate a document directly to a browser, which can then be transferred to an email application.
The API lets developers use scripting to generate text-to-speech and use speech recognition as an input for forms, continuous dictation and control, Google said in the W3C specification for the API.
Google touts speech in new Chrome beta, releases API for devs | ZDNet
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