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Dragon Drive is like Siri for your car

05/22/2012, Nuance Communications, a provider of voice and language solutions for businesses and consumers around the globe, has just unveiled Dragon Drive, the company’s latest voice platform created and designed specifically for cars. Dragon Drive promises...

Siri appears to work great with British accents

10/11/2011, One of the interesting questions I had about Siri is that will it work across the board? Voice recognition on paper sounds great, but given that even in a country like the US where the English language is spoken a great deal, but what about those who...

Android Voice Actions now supports other languages

09/16/2011, Voice recognition apps are cool and they can be incredibly handy too. Google has just such a tool available, which Android users should already be familiar with – Voice Actions. Unfortunately it has always been catered to the American market, which...

Use of Siri discovered in iOS 5

08/15/2011, A while back we reported that thanks to some digging through the iOS 5 beta, developers have discovered a new button in the OS that would allow speech-to-text capabilities. It is believed that this feature would be making use of Nuance’s technology...

Smart wheelchairs coming your way, Prof X places order

04/14/2011, Professor Xavier of the X-Men has this psychic controlled wheelchair, but that doesn’t good ol’ Chuck should be wasting some of those powers to move around Shi’iar technology when roboticists over at the Case Western Reserve University...

Android’s Google Voice Search Gets Personal and Learns Your Voice

12/14/2010, Google has just announced an update to Google Voice Search for Android–the update requires Android 2.2 Froyo or higher and is now available as a free download or upgrade in Android Market. In the new Google Voice Search settings, there is an option...