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Friday, 10 July 2009 11:12

Voice SMS's could be the next big thing

Written by Nick Farell

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Beta version out in August

A US
outfit has come up with something which it thinks will be the new SMS. ZoomSafer has announced an August release date for the beta version of new software which sends a message using spoken words rather than text.

A free version of the software will automatically alert a user’s contacts on social networks like Twitter and Facebook that he or she is driving, as well as send an auto-reply to incoming text messages and e-mails that the user is on the road and can’t respond.

The software can also tell contacts where you are driving and cause your phone to alert you.
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