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Please share info on new mobile collaboration resources that are not featured in the pages of this OER and that you feel are of equal (or greater) value. Post a review that tells us all about them and earn the NewStuff Credit plus 1000 points.  Sorry… because of several bugs in the BadgeOS WordPress plugin, it was not possible to implement this credit. Click here for a detailed explanation.

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1 Comment

  1. Owen Summers

    I think speech recognition will be a major player in mobile collaboration. Not only will you be able to talk to others through your mobile device, but you will soon be able to communicate with your mobile device itself (well some would argue we already do with Siri). This technology will allow us to locate the people we wish to communicate with more easily and therefore make mobile collaboration more seamless.

    This article talks about the future of this technology:

    http://www.technologyreview.com/news/427793/where-speech-recognition-is-going/

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