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babble

(bab′ĕl)
1. The meaningless sounds made by an infant before he or she is able to generate mature speech.
2. Any incomprehensible vocalization.

multitalker babble

Background noise made by several speakers talking at the same time. It competes with and may mask or disguise sounds or voices that a person, esp. one with hearing loss, wishes to hear.
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When babies babble, they may say a lot about speech
By choosing Rackspace's secure and reliable infrastructure, we believe that we've helped to ensure our customers can access our Baby Manager application anywhere, anytime," says Aruni Gunasegaram, president, Babble Soft.
Babble Soft's Baby Manager Web and mobile software application is a new and innovative way to relieve some of the day-to-day pressures of new parenthood.
SAN ANTONIO -- Rackspace[R] Managed Hosting, a leading global provider of managed hosting services, today announced an agreement with Babble Soft, a leading supplier of software solutions in the baby market.
AMI co-Chairmen Bran Ferren and Danny Hillis, two electronics gurus formerly with Disney's Imagineering department, gave birth to Babble and then partnered with Herman Miller's subsidiary Sonare Technologies.
Sollberger referred to Babble as a ``kind of paranoia product.
Despite the device's initial novelty, DeKruif candidly admits Babble is not for everyone.
And I'd certainly like to use Babble for the art I make.
But Babble also conjures up the watchful eye of Big Brother.
Ability to listen to your babble (recorded message) to determine whether you delete and start over again before posting to Facebook.