Global online retailer Amazon has acquired Polish company Ivona Software for an undisclosed amount. Ivona Software is the developer of text-to-speech technology used by telecoms, banks and other companies.
Amazon has been using the firm's technology for some time already, after it bought a license to use it on Kindle tablets.
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