Wireless Speech Recognition ..

Speech recognition is now primarily wireless; We've migrated fast, to universal wireless access-communcation devices.

Often, the speech recognition is remote based - And the better signal we send it, the better it performs.

Here, we hope you'll find ideas, technology or projects using hands free and/or mobile devices to make wireless speech recognition a rewarding and useful universal tool!

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

AT&T Navigator gets ho-hum user responses..

 
 AT&T launced it's "Navigator" service at Wireless CITA 2008 and it's off to a rocky start. The new service features interactive speech recognition which seems to work well, but the GPS and routing configurations are getting some complaints already in popular user forums..
 

 · Click to see the Navigator web page · 
 It's a built-in feature for these AT&T handset models:

BlackJack™ by Samsung
BlackJack™ II by Samsung (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
HP iPAQ hw6510/6515
HP iPAQ hw 6920/hw6925
Palm® Treo™ 680
Palm® Treo™ 750
HTC Tilt 8925 (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
AT&T 8125
Nokia E62
BlackBerry® 8700c (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
BlackBerry® Pearl™ (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
BlackBerry® 8800 (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
BlackBerry® Curve™ 8300 (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
BlackBerry® Curve™ 8310 (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
Motorola L6
Motorola L7
Motorola v3i
Motorola v365
Motorola v557
Motorola MOTO Q™ 9h Global (Real-Time Traffic compatible)
Nokia 6682
Pantech Duo™
Sony Ericsson W300i
Sony Ericsson w600i
Sony Ericsson W810i
Sony Ericsson Z520a
Sony Ericsson Z525a

  and is available through AT&T to these devices, as an account add-on:

Palm® Treo™ 650
AT&T 2125
HTC 3125
AT&T 8525

  and/or other "AT&T Navigator approved mobile devices".

 Navigator also offers updated estimated arrival time(s) and traffic information.. but those services also appear to have a few inherent bugs, too.

 Another valid & common complaint we're seeing:
The product is obviously TeleNav, but Telenav refuses to support it and calls to AT&T offer no individual dept. for support, nor does AT&T Customer Service seem to be aware there is such a product, or where to direct calls.

 

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It basically sucks. They should have done their homework before they rolled out this lead brick, IMHO

7:27 PM  

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