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from 8/k In the first quarter of 2009 GaozhiSoft announced a new 3G contract with China Telecom for 
eight of 29 Chinese provinces. Major customers include all three Chinese mobile network 
service providers, including: China Mobile (NYSE: CHL), China Unicom (NYSE: CHU), and 
China Telecom (NYSE: CHA), and fixed line carriers China Netcom (NYSE: CN) and China 
Digital (SEHK: 00861.HK). In addition, GaozhiSoft is the exclusive Chinese XFS and HFS 
mediation software provider to Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) for the Asia market. 

“The G-Soft acquisition is accretive and most importantly it establishes an operating base in 
China” said Roger D. Dudley, Fonix President and CEO. “Through the G-Soft marketing team, 
we expect Fonix Speech technologies will be marketed and licensed in the mobile device, mobile 
video game and related Chinese market segments, including to mobile network service providers. 
Fonix seeks additional strategic Chinese acquisitions that will be accretive, increase cash flow 

AMAZING TECHNOLOGY FOR GAMERS ----- XBOX , XBOX360 ,PlayStation 2 , PlayStation 3 , NINTENDO

Last GAMES in 2006 Presents 15 December 2006


Fonix VoiceIn® is our award-winning software solution for voice command and control in

Play Station 3

Voice recognition technology change the way people play

The integration of Fonix's VoiceIn Game Edition software allows developers to more easily add voice interfaces to Xbox, Xbox 360 PS2 and PS3 games.

Videogame developers are looking for ways to make games more exciting, more interactive and more fun. Voice recognition is undoubtedly the next-generation technology for videogames. And Fonix delivers a superior voice interface, allowing developers to easily add voice-enabled command and control functions that will blow gamers (and the competition) away.
Fonix VoiceIn® is available in multiple languages including English and UK English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, and Japanese.
Fonix NEW GAMES ---

Fonix VoiceIn Game Edition Now in 20 Videogames!

Unreal Tournament 2007 (JAN2007

Fonix VoiceIn Game Edition rushes into Unreal Engine 3

Fonix Corporation, a company that specialises in voice-recognition technology, has announced a deal with Epic Games in order to integrate their VoiceIn Game Edition voice-recognition software into their Unreal Engine 3. In case you haven't been keeping on top of the latest developments in video game technology, Epic's Unreal Engine 3 is designed to deliver cutting-edge graphics to the next generation of video games on both consoles and PC.

From action games to military simulations, the Unreal Engine provides the platform and tools to develop cutting-edge 3D projects. We offer three versions of the engine:

Unreal Engine 3
UE3 is Epic's next-generation technology, intended for games shipping on next-generation consoles and PCs. Multiple UE3-powered games are currently in development at Epic and by our licensees, targeting a diverse set of genres from fighting games to MMPOGs to shooters. Recently, Epic announced that it will be using Unreal Engine 3 in upcoming titles Unreal Tournament 2007 and Gears of War. For more Unreal Engine 3 licensing news, including announcements of support for Sony’s Playstation 3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360, visit

Unreal Engine 2X
UE2X has been highly optimized for the Xbox, and makes full use of Xbox-only graphical and architectural features. This is the engine behind the jaw-dropping visuals of Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict.

Unreal Engine 2
This is the current generation technology seen in Unreal Tournament 2004. UE2.5 is targeted at today's hardware and consoles; it supports DirectX8 and OpenGL on PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox, and PS2.

We offer excellent support directly by the engine's developers. We also provide the Unreal Developer Network as a resource to both engine licensees and the mod community


IDV, Epic Bring Speedtree to Unreal Engine 3
Following news of similar additions to Epic's Unreal Engine, Interactive Data Visualization, Inc. (IDV) has announced that it has joined Epic Games' Integrated Partners Program to fully integrate SpeedTreeRT into Unreal Engine 3 and is now available for licensing directly from IDV.

SpeedTreeRT, which, the company notes, won the 2005 Front Line Award for middleware, delivers highly realistic trees and plants, with adjustable wind effects, user-configurable and seamless LOD transitions, and an included library of more than 1,000 tree, plant and marine models representing 200 species. SpeedTreeRT includes SpeedTreeCAD, a Windows application used to create and edit animated trees in real-time.

"IDV's technology relationship with Epic began several years ago and has put SpeedTree in the hands of a large community of outstanding game developers," said IDV President Michael Sechrest. "Formalizing the partnership is an obvious next step and lets our customers know how committed we are to working with Unreal Engine 3."

Under the terms of Epic's Integrated Partners Program (IPP), which creates formal business relationships with selected companies that develop cross-platform technologies to integrate with Unreal Engine 3, IPP partner companies agree to provide a high level of technical support for UE3 licensees through Epic's established support channels, keep their implementations up-to-date with the latest UE3 versions, and work with Epic on potential promotional and co-marketing efforts.

"SpeedTree is a very popular option for outdoor gaming across the range of genres and platforms," said Mark Rein, Vice President, Epic Games, Inc. "We're pleased that our customers can now license this technology and be confident that it has been fully integrated with Unreal Engine 3, and that there are dedicated support resources at IDV to help them maximize its impact within the UE3 environment."

The partnership with SpeedTree marks the latest in a line of third-party additions to the Unreal Engine 3 suite, with Quazal's Spark! "lobby in a box", Fonix Speech's VoiceIn Game Edition software, and Engenuity's AI.implant software all having been implemented in the past several weeks.



Electronic Arts Inc., the world's leading interactive software company, today announced that they will use Unreal Engine 3 for several next-generation titles currently under development. The president of EA studios referred to Unreal Engine 3 as "cutting edge" and one of "tools they need to make great games". Click here to read the full press release.

a company that specialises in voice-recognition technology, has announced a deal with Epic Games in order to integrate their VoiceIn Game Edition voice-recognition software into their Unreal Engine 3. In case you haven't been keeping on top of the latest developments in video game technology, Epic's Unreal Engine 3 is designed to deliver cutting-edge graphics to the next generation of video games on both consoles and PC.

The Unreal Engine 3 is being used by Epic Games on developing titles such as Unreal Tournament 2007 for PS3 and Gears of War for the X360; as well as lending out the engine to other developers such as THQ and Sony Computer Entertainment Online. The integration of Fonix's VoiceIn Game Edition software allows developers to more easily add voice interfaces to Xbox, Xbox 360 PS2 and PS3 games.

Mark Rein, Vice President of Epic Games said: "We’re pleased to have Fonix join our Integrated Partners Program as it enables us to provide Unreal Engine 3 licensees with access to complementary technology that helps them deliver great content. Our licensees can be safe in the knowledge that Fonix has fully integrated VoiceIn and provides direct support for its use within Unreal Engine 3."

With the Unreal Engine 3 constantly being updated with new features and new companies joining Epic Games' Integrated Partners Program (IPP) for UE3, we can expect more game developers signing up to this engine quite soon. Take the picture of Malcolm the marine above as a prime example of what this engine can do - it's pretty impressive stuff

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Last CHINESE technology !

Shenzhen Huapu Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.

Fonix Speech, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fonix Corporation (OTC BB: FNIX - News) specializing in embedded speech interfaces for mobile devices, handheld electronic products and systems and processors, announces the availability of the Intelligent Learning Machine XP3000 developed by Shenzhen Huapu Electronic Technology Co., Ltd., a Chinese supplier of electronic dictionaries and educational products. Fonix receives unit royalties from the sale of each device, which is marketed and sold by Huapu through re-sellers in China.

SAMSUNG SMARTPHONE with CHINESE voice recognition.

There's a telecom expo going on right now in Hong Kong, which helps o explain all the recent cellphone announcements and groovy mockups we've seen. Now Samsung is getting into the mix with a smartphone of its own, the SGH-i718. Running on Windows Mobile 5, the i718 has a 2.0-megapixel camera, microSD support and the like, but because it's only scheduled to be released in China as of yet, it also features Chinese voice recognition. They've also thrown in some sort of business card reader. It also looks pretty decent. So good, in fact, there's a few more shots after the jump.



Fonix Language Learning Speech Solution Selected by Brilliant System for Electronic Dictionary


NEW Technology - TalkingAid Wireless Device Now Available in United States with Fonix DECtalk Text-to-Speech


Fonix VoiceCentral Available for Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PCs

Fonix Speech, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fonix Corporation (OTCBB: FNIX) specializing in embedded speech interfaces for mobile devices, handheld electronic products and systems and processors, announces the availability of Fonix VoiceCentral( TM) 3.1 for Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC devices. Fonix VoiceCentral 3.1 is available from the following retailers: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- PocketPCThoughts. com -- -- -- MobilityToday. com Fonix VoiceCentral 3.1 is an interactive software application for Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC devices that provides users with "hands-free, eyes-free" device management -- users dial contacts and access information simply by speaking. "VoiceCentral 3.1 directly aligns with one of our core goals - increasing productivity and enjoyment of the mobile lifestyle," says Alex Bloom, VP of Content and Consumer Devices,
Motricity. "We are pleased to have this offering on our and sites, enabling end users to make more of their mobile experience." Ana Martinez, a fundraising and customer service professional, is visually impaired and relies on assistive technologies in her business and personal life. "I've been tremendously impressed with VoiceCentral and what it can do for those of us with visual disabilities, " she says. "Fonix has the right idea and this solution 'speaks' to me and my needs." With speech-enabled access to PDA functions, VoiceCentral gives end users with busy lifestyles a convenient, easy-to-use communication solution. "To be able to get through my email while driving is a big benefit to me," says Guy Sucharczuk, CEO, Aurora Networks. "VoiceCentral makes my travel time more productive." "Fonix VoiceCentral gives users easy access and management of information on handheld devices," says Walt Nawrocki, VP and GM, Fonix Speech. "As device
capabilities increase, and users are able to add more music, photos and video to devices, speech recognition becomes a 'must have' interface to avoid tedious menus and button pushing." Fonix VoiceCentral 3.1 capabilities: -- Access all VoiceCentral functions on the device without pushing buttons via a Bluetooth headset. -- Access emails and reply via an audio recording. -- Create custom commands such as "Play Music" or "Browse website." -- Dial a number, press "save," and save it to the Outlook contact list. -- Maximize important info on the device screen by minimizing the VoiceCentral toolbar. -- Call contacts stored on the Sim card as well as the PDA. -- Access the "Contacts" and "Launch Apps" pages with easy-to-use menus. For information or purchase, customers may also call Fonix at (801) 553-6600 and say "VoiceCentral. "

Fonix VoiceDial 2.1 is available for the following Smartphones

The newest release of Fonix VoiceDial provides Bluetooth headset users with a voice interface for Smartphone devices.

Fonix VoiceDial 2.1 provides the first Bluetooth-compatibl e, speaker-independent , voice-activated dialing software for the Microsoft Windows Mobile Smartphone platform.

Audiovox SMT5600 (Cingular)
i-mate SP3 Smartphone
i-mate SP3i Smartphone
Qtek 8100 Smartphone
SDA Smartphone (T-Mobile)
SDA Music Smartphone (T-Mobile)
SPV C500 (Orange)
O2 Xphone II (O2)
O2 Xphone IIm (O2)

VoiceDial 2.1 now supports audio over a Bluetooth headset. Users just launch the application from the phone with the push of a button. Once initiated, voice commands can be made over the Bluetooth headset.


Language Learning



Fonix is the primary supplier of speech solutions for OEMs providing language learning devices and systems in Asia. Fonix speech solutions are particularly useful for non-English speakers who are learning the language.
Several OEMs are currently selling handheld electronic dictionaries that allow individuals to speak a word in their native language (like Japanese) and have the text read back to them in English.
In the speech-enabled language learning market, we have capitalized on DECtalk's small memory footprint and high intelligibility and Fonix ASR's high-recognition- rate capabilities.
Speech-enabled language learning is an emerging international market, especially in Asia. Educational electronic dictionary devices are growing in popularity in China and are expected to exceed a market volume of over 500,000 units per quarter. These channels expand our ability to serve millions of individuals while generating revenue on already existing technologies that can be diverse in their final application.

Current OEM partners in the language learning market include:

Top Grade
E-Star Laboratories
NEC Custom Technica
Dream C&C

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FNIX.ob NEW TECHNOLOGY take a look ...

TalkingAid Wireless Device Now Available in United States with Fonix DECtalk Text-to-Speech

Fonix Speech, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fonix Corporation (OTC BB: FNIX) specializing in embedded speech interfaces for mobile devices, handheld electronic products, videogame systems and processors, announces the availability of the TalkingAid Wireless, a U.S. model of a TalkingAid Series Portable Communication Aid, a handheld electronic device developed and manufactured by BANDAI NAMCO Group of Tokyo and distributed in the United States by ZYGO Industries, Inc. The TalkingAid Wireless features Fonix DECtalk(R) text-to-speech (TTS) technology and is designed to help persons with complex communication needs such as hearing and speech impairments. The TalkingAid Wireless will be available in the United States from ZYGO Industries, Inc. beginning December 2006. Fonix receives unit royalties from BANDAI NAMCO Group for the sale of each device.

"We're pleased to offer the TalkingAid Wireless for U.S. customers in need of communication solutions," said the developer, Masatoshi Takai from Special Amusement Machine Group, NAMCO BANDAI Games, Inc. "Along with our distributor ZYGO, we specialize in market-leading voice output devices, and the TalkingAid Wireless is a superior product, further enhanced by Fonix text-to-speech, which is clear and easy to understand, especially over the unit's built-in cell phone."

"ZYGO has been making and marketing communication aids since 1974," explained Larry Weiss, President, ZYGO Industries. "Bottom line is ... we know and use DECtalk as the primary synthesizer for our business and, although we look at and listen to some of the new ones, we are still fixed on DECtalk."

Introduced at the 24th annual "Closing the Gap" conference in Minneapolis from October 19 - 21, the TalkingAid Wireless is a portable communication aid for those who have complex communication needs for speaking and writing. Users select keys from the portable keyboard, and messages are displayed on an LCD as well as spoken aloud with Fonix DECtalk TTS.

"NAMCO's TalkingAid Wireless is a great example of Fonix speech technology at work," said Walt Nawrocki, Senior VP and GM, Fonix Speech. "Developers looked for ways to make the device user-friendly as well as practical for persons with communication disabilities. Fonix technology enables the device with a selection of intelligible TTS voices in multiple languages. This product illustrates how speech interfaces can be utilized to enhance technology for added functionality and convenience."


BANDAI NAMCO Group is a major entertainment group in Japan, established by the integration of game manufacturer NAMCO Ltd. and toy manufacturer Bandai Co., Ltd on September 29, 2005. Better known for their Pac-man games, NAMCO has been the leading manufacturer of voice output communication devices in Japan for more than 21 years.

About ZYGO Industries, Inc.

ZYGO Industries, Inc., one of the leaders in voice output communication devices, environmental controls and other assistive technology products, is headquartered in Portland, OR. ZYGO has operations in the United States, Canada and Australia. For more information, visit or call (800) 234-6006.


Fonix is excited that Epson has given us this opportunity to demonstrate our technology to Chinese dictionary manufacturers who may wish to implement speech interfaces on their devices," says Walt Nawrocki, Senior VP and GM, Fonix Speech. "Fonix has already experienced great success in the Japanese and Korean consumer electronics market with Casio's series of handheld dictionaries, which Casio expects to manufacture over two million units for 2006. Based upon our track record so far, Fonix is optimistic that we will have similar success in this new Chinese market. We believe speech interfaces are playing a leading role in driving consumer adoption of electronic dictionaries."


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#3598   Thanks. May be, sometimes we will be rich.................. scherford 06/04/14 05:07:18 PM
#3597   Speechfx is still in business and doing fine. Jahvik 06/04/14 02:36:28 PM
#3596   Underhanded scam!! Diluted the shareholders to death Jahvik 06/04/14 02:35:48 PM
#3595   "I thought he lost SpeechFX in an auction scherford 06/04/14 01:45:39 PM
#3594   Just looking into it, have been looking over Jahvik 01/23/14 01:47:48 PM
#3593   no idea Penny Land Player 01/23/14 01:33:28 PM
#3592   Ok, mine too. I've been doing some Jahvik 01/23/14 10:47:14 AM
#3591   yes its just numbers in my etrade account Penny Land Player 01/23/14 10:21:04 AM
#3590   Dead? Jahvik 08/16/13 08:03:03 AM
#3589   GAME OVER FreeGrass 05/28/13 09:53:13 AM
#3588   FNXC revoked: Renee 07/06/12 12:01:32 PM
#3587   The SEC hit me again, grrrrrrrrrrrr Carlito 06/07/12 12:15:56 PM
#3586   FNXC SEC Suspension: Renee 06/07/12 09:35:14 AM
#3585   this could fly easily Penny Land Player 05/15/12 10:30:10 AM
#3584   this could fly easily Penny Land Player 05/15/12 10:30:06 AM
#3583   Something is happining here, I see some volume!,, slickinvest 03/16/12 09:59:13 AM
#3582   Some volume today... Any news??? Nisbo 03/15/12 10:38:49 AM
#3581   yead its called delisted Penny Land Player 12/23/11 10:07:52 AM
#3580   Something is about to go down, couple more aloysuis 12/08/11 02:10:08 PM
#3579   There was an 8-K filed this year on Swimmingly 12/08/11 02:03:26 PM
#3578   Theres still no bid which is weird. Only aloysuis 12/08/11 01:21:55 PM
#3577   Don't know, they haven't reported in some time. Nisbo 12/08/11 01:05:00 PM
#3576   what is the share structure on this FuelEvolution 12/08/11 12:50:39 PM
#3575   L2 anybody? With the volume I think Nisbo 12/08/11 12:19:51 PM
#3574   after hours buy is why it did that Penny Land Player 12/07/11 06:46:08 PM
#3573   Ya 54000% up, seriously something wrong? N back mula101 12/07/11 03:31:42 PM
#3572   It was actually 180 shares at .0055 =.99 floydski 12/07/11 03:24:29 PM
#3571   180 shares = 0.018 cents... How do Nisbo 12/07/11 03:15:07 PM
#3570   They have no idea how to answer that, Penny Land Player 12/07/11 03:12:12 PM
#3569   Sorry, here's what I sent them... Nisbo 12/07/11 03:09:42 PM
#3568   There is no bid price at all? Wtf mula101 12/07/11 02:54:00 PM
#3567   They don't have an idea of who bought, Penny Land Player 12/07/11 02:41:30 PM
#3566   Yesterday afternoon I guess. Here's the response Nisbo 12/07/11 02:36:56 PM
#3565   It was after hours at 4:28pm for 180 floydski 12/07/11 02:22:28 PM
#3564   NOPE, I HAD A SELL ON IT YESTERDAY Penny Land Player 12/07/11 02:10:09 PM
#3563   Any updates on fonix ? mula101 12/07/11 02:08:31 PM
#3562   when was the buy though? Penny Land Player 12/07/11 12:29:29 PM
#3561   You never know. They have always responded Nisbo 12/07/11 12:29:01 PM
#3560   doubt you hear anything Penny Land Player 12/07/11 12:21:55 PM
#3559   I just emailed their investor relations trying to Nisbo 12/07/11 12:21:10 PM
#3558   Wtf is going on Penny Land Player 12/07/11 09:04:19 AM
#3557   Not sure what's going on with a 180 floydski 12/06/11 08:05:54 PM
#3556   WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED??? NOT COMPLAINING Nisbo 12/06/11 05:11:08 PM
#3555   JUST GREAT Penny Land Player 11/23/11 02:04:38 PM
#3553   You mean spinoff? Penny Land Player 11/16/11 11:06:40 AM
#3552   Looking for a reverse split coming next month, 1903a3 11/16/11 11:05:26 AM
#3551   A little news or info from the company aloysuis 11/03/11 03:25:21 PM
#3550   we need an update here Penny Land Player 11/02/11 01:27:23 PM
#3549   I am waiting on something too. Nice caliboylost2011 11/02/11 11:33:51 AM
#3548   thats just a bs statement from them, did Penny Land Player 11/02/11 06:20:57 AM