“The service allows you to navigate your way around different content by ‘speaking channel numbers, station names, show and movie names’ using natural language,” Bell reports. “With Dragon TV, you won’t be restricted to structured commands, and like the Siri service in the iPhone 4S, you’ll be able to use natural language to control your set.”
Bell reports, “While the service may allow manufacturers to compete with an upcoming Siri-powered Apple TV, it could also be the engine that drives Apple’s set.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Wait for Apple.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Arline M." for the heads up.]