Voice will be voice

Microsoft’s Windows Mobile, their operating system for mobile devices, now supports voice search for voice notes.  We’ve become accustomed to recording short snippets on our cell phones, but Recite adds the ability to use your voice to find the right voice note.  Say you record where you parked the car: “I parked the car in Aisle 7 on Level 3.”  Now just say “parked” or “car”, and that voice note will play back.  Perfect for those with impaired memory, and people with vision loss who use audio notation as an organizing tool.

Microsoft Recite brings voice search to your voice notes – Engadget Mobile

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