Microsoft Voice Command
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Microsoft Voice Command is an application which can control Windows Mobile devices by voice. The first version was announced in November 2003 and it was supported in the United Kingdom, United States, France, and Germany.
- Microsoft Presspass:Microsoft Gives Mobile Devices a New Voice
- Rotham, Wilson (29 April 2009). "Windows Mobile 6.5 Will Get TellMe Voice Commands.". Gizmodo.
- Hodgkins, Kelly (29 April 2009). "Windows Mobile 6.5 to get TellMe Voice Command integration.". The Boy Genius Report.
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