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Who Uses Voice Recognition Technologies And Are They Satisfied?

IoT research firm Parks Associates released findings in which it says 46 percent of U.S. Millennials with smartphones use voice recognition software, including Apple’s Siri, Google Now or Microsoft’s Cortana. That aligns in an interesting way with research also put out recently by TiVo that showed 43 percent Millennials surveyed were using voice commands with some form of device every day. Only about 8 percent of Boomers do the same, the TiVo survey concluded.

From the article "Who Uses Voice Recognition Technologies And Are They Satisfied?" by Laura Hamilton. 

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