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ZTE Agrees to Add Nuance Tech to Its Phones

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Jan 7, 2013, 10:50 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

ZTE and Nuance today announced that ZTE will adopt Nuance's voice-based communication tools in its lineup of Android smartphones. This includes integration with a new Car Mode application developed by ZTE so drivers can interact with their phones using voice commands rather than physically touching their device. The Car Mode app can also put the device into a "do not disturb" mode, which temporarily blocks incoming calls and messages when the phone is in a moving vehicle. ZTE will deliver Nuance's voice technology in Android devices later this year.


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Jan 7, 2013, 11:14 AM


Temporarily blocks calls and text messages while the car is moving? GENIOUS. Every single cell phone made needs this feature built in and MANDATORY unless you are using a 100% hands free device. This is life saving.
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