Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Tuesday July 24, 2012.
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LG has revealed that its Quick Voice service, the firm's answer to Apple's Siri and Samsung's S Voice, will support English in the first half of next year. The service has been rebranded as Q Voice, and it lets users control their smartphones with their voice, much in the same way that Siri and S Voice already do. LG says that Q Voice is intelligent enough to pick out a woman's voice among a crowd of men, and it includes various witty responses for certain queries. Q Voice is still only supported by the Korean versions of the Optimus LTE II and Optimus Vu, but LG plans to bring it to more models in the future.source: LG, via: Engadget