IBM Hyperspeech Transfer Protocol Lets You Talk to Web

By: Alexandra Choli - Published: Mar 18, 2009 • References: economictimes.indiatimes & instablogs
IBM glimpses into the future and introduces the Hyperspeech Transfer Protocol, a new dimension to the internet which enables voice-web interaction through your mobile phone.

The Indian research arm of the US-based IT giant reinvents the internet by allowing users to create voice sites and talk to the web. Mainly targeting the lightning-fast growing mobile users around the world, IBM is developing a new protocol, the Hyperspeech Transfer Protocol (HSTP), which is similar to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), aiming to make the web ever more portable and accessible, even to illiterate users.

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