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"Just say the word" is perhaps one of the best assurances anyone could have nowadays, and that is all one needs to do if he were to let a computer software developed by a local information technology company take care of the rest.
Called iTalk, the software is a voice-activated program that allows users to literally tell their personal computers to perform preprogrammed sets of commands.
iTalk - the first voice-activated program produced locally - was developed by Quezon City-based Zeus Technologies.
Through the software, the PC performs on its own - that is, without the owner necessarily punching any key - three sets of commands, including Internet …