I’ve had mixed feelings about what Intel is calling Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), as well as the promise of speech recognition. It’s interesting to see the two come together, however. This clip, taken from the show floor, puts the spotlight on a company called One Voice that allows voice activation of many portable computing features. And he’s right about one thing: If the machine can pick up what you’re saying during a busy day in San Francisco’s Moscone centre, it can pick up anything.

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