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Smart TV voice control
Ralf Jurrien : June 7th 2012 - 09:55 CET
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SamsungSamsung Smart TV voice control : Nuance announced that the newest voice capabilities featured as part of the Samsung Smart TV line are powered by Nuance’s unique Dragon voice control technology. By working with Nuance to integrate Smart TV voice control capabilities, Samsung can provide customers with greater choice and convenience in how they control their home entertainment experience, with the Samsung Smart TV voice control. For more information about the Samsung Smart TV voice control, go to the Samsung or the Nuance website.
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Smart TV voice control by Nuance
Samsung Smart TVs take full advantage of Nuance’s Smart TV voice control technologies. Customers can use natural voice commands to change channels, search for content on the Web, access Samsung’s Smart Hub, and connect with friends and family via Skype. They can even turn on the Samsung Smart TV with voice control by simply saying “Hi TV, power on.”

Smart TV voice control

Samsung Smart TV with voice control
“The power and simplicity of voice control integration as part of a Smart TV interface is clear the moment you sit back and speak to your Smart TV with voice control,” said Michael Thompson, senior vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. “Nuance and Samsung are showing how voice truly transforms the digital living room experience.” Nuance’s Smart TV voice control technologies complement the evolving digital TV experience that Samsung is pioneering with its 2012 lineup of Smart TVs featuring Voice Control as a part of its Smart Interaction offerings. By providing consumers with the ability to control basic TV functions via simple voice control commands, Nuance’s technology helps Samsung Smart TVs deliver a seamless and smarter way for consumers to control their TV. The partnership between Nuance and Samsung underscores the commitment both companies strive toward, to provide consumers with the ultimate “lean-back” experience.
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