The latest release of Google Chrome  includes a new feature, known as voice-to-HTML, which converts speech to text. Simply speak into a microphone connected to the PC and the input records as text, the browser then automatically inserts the text into the available form field.
This is a wonderful addition for the disabled and obviously has much wider implications for the anticipated Google OS.
The first step toward a full voice-command based OS perhaps?
September 2, 2010
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