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A pair of new speaker verification and identification technologies was announced on Tuesday. Sensory, which licenses its intellectual property to chip makers and OEMs said, both technologies can be ...

A pair of new speaker verification and identification technologies was announced on Tuesday. Sensory, which licenses its intellectual property to chip makers and OEMs said, both technologies can be paired with its TrulyHandsFree voice activation technology. Combining the new technologies will allow OEMs to eliminate the need to manually unlock a Smartphone.

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  • 1. A pair of new speaker verification and identificationtechnologies was announced on Tuesday. Sensory, whichlicenses its intellectual property to chip makers and OEMssaid, both technologies can be paired with its TrulyHandsFreevoice activation technology. Combining the new technologieswill allow OEMs to eliminate the need to manually unlock aSmartphone.
  • 2. This new technology allows users to unlock and personalizetheir device just through their voice alone instead ofunlocking this handheld device manually. And, this will bedemonstrated at the CTIA show next in New Orleans, MicronAssociates revealed. Sensorys speech technology is used inapps like Vlingo which in "car mode", constantly cocks avirtual ear, listening for commands. The traditional problemwith that approach is that active listening drains CPU cyclesand battery power, further limiting the short-lived battery lifeof todays Smartphones. This new technology is embeddedbelow the level of the operating system, via a partnershipwith embedded chip company Tensilica. Theyre far enoughdown that the technology consumes just 5 to 10 milliamps.Thats a factor of ten better than the 2010 Vlingo technology,Mozer said.