TekCapital (TEK) has announced that its portfolio company, Lucyd Ltd, has filed a new patent and a trademark on its forthcoming Vyrb™ app.
Vyrb™ is a voice activated app, which when used alongside Lucyd Bluetooth® glasses, allows users to control certain actions on their smartphones, such as social media posting.
Lucyd plans to release the app in December 2020.
Lucyd’s CEO, Harrison Gross, commented: "We are thrilled to announce our development of Vyrb, an app that can truly improve the way we access and share information. The voice is the easiest and most natural medium we have to interface with others and our devices, and we believe Vyrb will be a significant improvement to voice assistants, adding value to the billions of them already in use,"
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