• Mozilla goes all in on voice commands with its latest browser concept

    3 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    Mozilla is said to be working on a new type of internet browser that would let you navigate it entirely by using your voice. With vocal commands at its core, the Scout browser could be the best browser for accessibility.
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  • Firefox makers eye new 'voice browser': They've even built an Alexa prototype

    Firefox makers eye new 'voice browser': They've even built an Alexa prototype

    3 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    Mozilla, the maker of Firefox, wants to build a voice-powered app that works across multiple platforms.
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  • Mozilla 'Scout' leaks as a voice-controlled version of Firefox

    Mozilla 'Scout' leaks as a voice-controlled version of Firefox

    3 monthes ago - By The Inquirer

    Mozilla says it's 'too early to say' (so there may well be something to say soon)
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  • Mozilla 'Scout' could be a voice controlled version of the Firefox web browser

    Mozilla 'Scout' could be a voice controlled version of the Firefox web browser

    3 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Forget mice and keyboards, or even finger swipes and taps - the future of web browsing is voice control. Or, at least, that's what Mozilla seems to think, as it begins work on its new Scout project. With Amazon's Alexa, Google's Assistant and Apple's Siri making waves in the voice assistant and smart speaker spaces, Mozilla appears not to want to be left behind. A note for an internal all-hands meeting describes Scout as an attempt to "start to explore browsing and consuming content with voice." It's clearly very early days for the project, with little other detail to go on, but it...
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