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post #1 of 2 Old 03-25-2013, 07:20 PM - Thread Starter
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Before Panasonic says goodbye to plasmas, it looks like you will have more to say to the 2013 line because Panasonic is integrating Nuance's Dragon TV. This feature will allow you to control your television with voice commands, search for content, and surf the web. It can also audibly read text content and options on the screen.
Consumers need a simple way to navigate and search the overwhelming amount of TV content,” said Michael Thompson, Nuance Mobile general manager and executive VP. “Dragon TV enables smart-TV manufacturers like Panasonic to deliver a differentiated and compelling experience in one of the most intuitive ways people communicate — through voice.

Smart Viera TVs featuring Dragon TV will be coming in the spring of 2013.

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Love it! Of course, this is just the beginning..... or in Panasonic's case.... the end...... but it's fun to watch the steady progress being made each year with the integration of technology into our lives.
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