Microsoft buys Tellme Networks

Microsoft bought into the mobile voice recognition market, acquiring Tellme Networks for an undisclosed sum. Tellme's technology is used in dial-in applications that can be incorporated into mobile phones, PCs, PDAs and other specialized clients. Microsoft says Tellme's enterprise IVR experience would give the company immediate advantages in enterprise applications. Eventually, business productivity solutions would be enabled across Vista, Windows Mobile and other environments.  

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