Nuance makes its wearable debut on new Samsung GALAXY Gear

Samsung integrates Nuance’s voice technology across handsets, tablets, TVs and now wearables. Nuance’s voice technology enables an incredibly intuitive and natural interface. Nuance has been at the forefront of revolutionizing devices to create intelligent systems through voice, text and gesture-based technologies that are transforming the way we access our content. Together, Nuance and Samsung create a simple, effortless and personalized mobile experience for Android that understands, learns and adapts to the preferences of the consumer.
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Nuance today announced that Samsung’s new GALAXY Gear wearable device and Samsung GALAXY Note 3 integrate Nuance’s voice and language capabilities as part of Samsung’s expanding lineup of S-Voice powered devices. Today’s announcement also marks the first use of Nuance’s voice and intelligent systems-based technology into the wearables category as part of a larger expansion of Nuance Cloud Services.

Samsung integrates Nuance’s voice technology across handsets, tablets, TVs and now wearables. Nuance’s voice technology enables an incredibly intuitive and natural interface.  Nuance has been at the forefront of revolutionizing devices to create intelligent systems through voice, text and gesture-based technologies that are transforming the way we access our content. Together, Nuance and Samsung create a simple, effortless and personalized mobile experience for Android that understands, learns and adapts to the preferences of the consumer.

“Samsung GALAXY Gear and the Samsung GALAXY Note 3 will change how people stay connected. And through the power of voice, people are able to effortlessly and intuitively engage this new paradigm of wearable technology,” said Michael Thompson, executive vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. “The reality of wearable voice input that understands, learns, anticipates and adapts is now here.”

Existing Nuance products, like Dragon Mobile Assistant, include innovative capabilities like context-aware user modes and powerful natural language interfaces that are central requirements for wearable tech.

Nuance’s portfolio of voice technology and cloud services is creating simple yet powerful experiences that are driving a new dynamic of intelligent systems for wearable devices and beyond.

To learn more about why wearable devices will evolve and benefit with intelligent voice technologies, check out Peter Mahoney, Nuance’s Chief Marketing Officer’s recent blog entitled: Smart Watches Need Intelligent Systems.

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Molly Merluzzi

About Molly Merluzzi

Molly Merluzzi currently holds the position of Manager of Corporate Communications for the Mobile + Consumer division at Nuance Communications, a global software company predominantly known for its work in the voice recognition space across tablets, smartphones, television, cars, robotics and even wearable technology. Before joining the Nuance team, Molly managed the public relations’ division at Keurig®, a national coffee maker brand and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, spearheading national campaigns, product launches and partner announcements – transforming the company and brand into a cohesive media powerhouse. Molly continues to leverage her skills as a media relations and communications' professional with comprehensive experience managing and executing dynamic, strategic communications' platforms across multiple corporate, product and brand-based channels including crisis communications, product launches, marketing campaigns, on-air radio and broadcast interviews, multi-channel product distribution and social media channels at Nuance and other organizations. Molly received her BS degree from Wheaton College in Norton, MA, graduating magna cum laude as a double major in Hispanic Studies and English with a concentration in Modern Contemporary Media and Culture. Molly speaks fluent Spanish and is a yoga fanatic.