San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2014
Osterloh’s talk is entitled “Context and Control: Developments in Mobile Devices.” He notes that consumers are expecting their mobile devices to be smarter and more contextually aware, be able to respond to their environment, and to offer useful information unprompted, based on their surroundings and situations. At the same time, consumers want to have a greater role in the design of their devices, and a bigger range of choices in style and form factor. Together these two trends will have a major impact on the evolution of mobile devices and the way we interact with them.
Motorola Mobility, owned by Google, keeps people connected with Android smartphones, such as the Moto X, and Bluetooth accessories.
The Mobile Voice Conference is organized by the Applied Voice Input Output Society(AVIOS), a non-profit industry organization that has been helping to move advanced natural-language technologies such as speech recognition into commercial reality for 25 years. The conference covers natural interaction with mobile devices, with examples of what companies are doing in the area and available resources to create interactive applications. The full program is available at http://www.mobilevoiceconference.com/program.