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  • Huawei also created this cool feature to help you find your phone more quickly. It’s called voice wake up, and you can ask your phone “Where are you?” or some other phrase, and your phone will respond, saying, “I’m here,” and play music until you find it.

    Malarie Gokey,
  • So if the cloud’s not private, how can your TV respond to voice commands? Simple. Use speech-recognition services that are baked right into the TV – no cloud required.

    Ted Kritsonis, Digital Trends
  • Of particular interest is the fact that TrulySecure is an on-device biometric identification system that does not rely on a connection to the cloud. Many users prefer this approach because they do not wish for their biometric data to be replicated and stored outside of their personal devices.

    Max Maxfield, EE Times
  • TrulySecure works by watching and listening as you repeat a passphrase a couple times. The system tracks the way your lips move and registers the unique attributes of your voice.

    Josh Ong, The Next Web
  • Given Qualcomm’s prominence as a mobile technology developer and the technological advancement on display in its latest offerings, the partnership reflects very well on the confidence the company has in Sensory’s technology.

    Alex Perala, Mobile ID World
  • With touchless control, Motorola and Google upped the ante.

    Eric Mack, CNET
  • Speech recognition company Sensory is expanding into the computer vision space with a new smartphone security client that uses both voice and face recognition to lock down your phone.

    Kevin Fitchard, Gigaom
  • MotoX is a fantastic phone with many great features. My favorite is Touchless Control… Ask it the weather, to call a friend or do a Google search, and it'll just do it, and you never have to touch the phone.

    Pete Pachal, Mashable
  • Sensory is continuing to exhibit leadership in handsfree control by allowing a secure multimodal biometric that doesn’t require touching devices to make them work.

    Dan Miller, Opus Research
  • Touchless the most useful feature [on Moto X].

    David Pogue, NY Times
  • The defining feature of the Moto X is it’s a virtual ear, always straining to hear its owner’s voice say three magic words that will rouse it to action: "Okay, Google Now."

    Steven Levy, WIRED
  • The phone [Moto X] has all the standard features expected of today’s top smartphone, with a twist: the ability to control the phone by talking to it, without lifting a finger.

    The New York Times
  • The voice-response system, called BlueGenie is surprisingly accurate for such a small device. It's better than the voice system in my Blackberry phone.

    US News and World Report
  • [BlueGenie is] an intuitive voice control system...the finest voice recognition user interface we've seen.

    Good Gear Guide
  • Sensory is trying to revolutionize voice and speech recognition by creating TrulyHandsfree, which looks to evolve our interactions with our smart devices.

    Talk Android
  • It may not seem like much, but that little detail of getting the phone to wake up via a voice command - which Sensory calls ‘TrulyHandsfree’ - is one of the trickiest.

  • With its dual biometric factors, AppLock comes closer to the security-and-convenience ideal than I've ever seen.

    Mike Feibus, usatoday

RoHS Compliance Statement

Date: 2/16/2010
To: Sensory Customers
Subject: RoHS Compliance

This is to document that Sensory’s NLP-5x chip and development tools, as well as the RSC-4x and SC-6x product families (in die or packaged parts) comply with the requirements of Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS/WEEE) Specifications based on the following RoHS compliance certificates from our vendors:

  1. TX Trading’s RoHS Certificate dated 11/05/2009 – NLP-5x Demo/Emulation Board, NLP-5x Clock LCD Module, NLP-5x Programming/Verification Board, NLP-5x RPM Base Board.
  2. Verisilicon, Inc.’s RoHS Certificate dated 11/06/2009 – ZSP-USB-JTAG.
  3. Austriamicrosystems AG Fab’s RoHS Certificate dated 10/16/2008 – RSC-4x dice.
  4. TSMC Fab’s RoHS Certificate dated 1/17/2008 – SC-601/SC-604/SC-605/SC-614 dice.
  5. Vanguard (VIS) Fab’s RoHS Certificate dated 9/23/2008 – RSC-4128 dice.
  6. Taiwan IC Packaging Corporation (TICP) RoHS Certificate dated 9/16/2008 – LQFP176 & LQFP100.
  7. Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing, Ltd. RoHS Certificate dated May 2009 – 8″ wafer.
  8. TX Trading RoHS Certificate dated 10/18/2008 – RSC-4x Demo/Evaluation Board v2, RSC-4x Module Programming Board, RSC-4x Target Board v2, Sony SRS-P7 Speaker Assembly.
  9. Sunnytech (Hip Fung Electronics) RoHS Certificate dated 4/08/2009 – RSC-4x Rapid Prototyping Module (RPM).

For additional information or copies of these certificates, please contact us at:

Sensory, Inc.
4701 Patrick Henry Drive, Bldg 7
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Tel: 408-625-3300, Fax: 408-625-3350