Chat to the chat room on your cellphone

August 2002
New Scientist;8/3/2002, Vol. 175 Issue 2354, p23
Investigates the trends of cellular phone innovations in Pennsylvania. Conversion of text message into speech; Transmission of text messages from cellphones to Web sites; Improvement of subject-specific grammars.


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