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Wireless carriers say the cost of upgrading Canada's outmoded 911 systems could run up to hundreds of millions of dollars. Analyst warn that cell callers will ultimately pay the price of the long-delayed improvements

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Speech recognition is finding its voice

As workers become more mobile and companies rely more often on good, fast, always-available support to hold customers, services based on speech recognition are starting to come to the rescue.

Speech technologies trim costs and boost service

Speech integration technology is nothing new, as any telephone caller who has ever barked back responses to a seemingly endless series of voice prompts can testify. But an improved generation of speech integration software, based on more powerful processors and emerging Internet-focused standards, promises to make the technology more useful and cost-effective.

German ISP launches public VoIP service

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