Thursday, March 15, 2007

Microsoft Agrees to Buy Maker of Voice-Recognition Software - New York Times

Some Microsoft/Tellme details; see Mike Gotta's blog for analysis

Microsoft said yesterday that it had agreed to buy Tellme Networks to add voice-recognition software that lets users obtain a phone listing, order a pizza and search the Internet.

Financial terms were not disclosed, but the deal was said to be worth more than $800 million, making it Microsoft’s biggest acquisition since 2002.

Source: Microsoft Agrees to Buy Maker of Voice-Recognition Software - New York Times

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