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Old 30 Dec 2005, 06:48 PM   #1
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XM Satellite Radio and VoiceBox Technologies announced a multiyear alliance Thursday to bring voice control to the satellite broadcast service.

The partnership will let drivers issue voice commands to search through XM Satellite Radio's 160 channels of music, talk radio and other stations and to find personalized information such as stock prices, traffic and weather. The technology is planned to be available to automakers and to those producing aftermarket products in mid-2006, the companies said.

The companies will demonstrate the technology at the Consumer Electronics show next week.

XM competes with conventional broadcast radio and with another satellite-based subscription service, Sirius Satellite Radio.

This week, Sirius announced it has accumulated 3 million subscribers. XM has more than 5 million subscribers. Credit and More Information: CNet News

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