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06/03/2014 World Book Day 2014: Whose line is it anyway?


19/02/2014 CereProc adds Brazilian Portuguese to its range of text to speech voices.

Following November's release of a female Portuguese voice, Lúcia, CereProc are pleased to announce the release of a male Brazilian Portuguese voice, Gabriel. Gabriel is the latest addition to a diverse range of languages and accents available for download and deployment across multiple platforms.

The voice can be heard in the live demobar at the top of this page and is available for download from the CereProc store for both Windows and Mac OSX.


13/02/2014 CereProc's Social Music App MyMyRadio on Evolver.fm

The CereProc team have been working on an exciting secret project: 'MyMyRadio'. MyMyRadio is a social music app for iOS, which takes updates from your Facebook, Twitter, and RSS feeds, synthesizes them using CereProc's text to speech technology, and slots these spoken updates into a playlist of your own music periodically. It's just like having your own personal DJ.


20/01/2014 - Scottish Technology: Silicon Glen's role in the independence debate

2014 is the year of the referendum on Scottish independence, and everyone is talking about the Scottish economy – in particular, how it might fare if Scots vote to make the break. The majority of discussions come back to energy; Scotland has no doubt got more than its fair share of natural resources and renewables. But what of its man-made resources? Scotland's software and electronic publishing sector makes an enormous contribution to the economy, employing over 19,000 people and contributing just under £1bn, earning the affectionate nickname “Silicon Glen”.


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