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Sensory brings low power wake words to mobile apps – App Developer Magazine

Sensory has announced that it has made a significant breakthrough in running its TrulyHandsfree wake word and speech recognition AI engine directly on Android and iOS smartphone applications at low-power. As a software component, TrulyHandsfree can be adapted to any app without requiring special purpose hardware or DSPs to capture efficiencies in computing. Until now, always-listening wake word solutions for ... Read More »

Mixer's mobile apps updated with picture-in-picture, HypeZone, and … – Windows Central

Following up on its design overhaul that debuted late last year, Microsoft-owned streaming service Mixer is rolling out a batch of handy new features to its iOS and Android apps. Included as part of the updates is support for picture-in-picture, Mixer’s HypeZone, and more. The most prominent new feature is picture-in-picture, which works much like it does in other video ... Read More »

From Tourist to Londoner in Just Five Apps – Appolicious

However, when venturing into a big city as a tourist this isn’t necessarily the case, especially in London, you’re just going to annoy the locals rushing to work and make your day stressful. Below are five apps that will make you look and feel like a true Londoner: Tube Map – London Underground (iOS, Android) The Tube Map app is ... Read More »

UNASSUMING APPS Common mobile apps that help with event planning – Lehigh Valley Business

Planning a business meeting has never been so easy with the many mobile applications to guide you through the entire process – from guest list, invitations and seating charts to online presentations, itineraries, photos and budgeting. If they choose, event planners can carry their entire business meeting in their pocket. A swipe of their smartphone has the potential to reveal ... Read More »

Does Your Business Really Need a Mobile App? – Entrepreneur

Some mobile apps seem like a solution in search of a problem. So, skip making an app yourself if it doesn’t add functionality to your mobile-optimized website. April 4, 2018 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. These days, with the Google Play store home to 3.5 million apps, and the App Store home to over ... Read More »