Tag: text to speech

Jul 27 2012

Nuance prepares to release Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

  If you have ever visited my website before, you may have noticed that at the bottom of just about every post that’s generated on my website is a tag, right under my signature, that indicates that the post was dictated using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to generate just about all my site …

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Oct 08 2011

Nuance is now the preferred input method for Smartphones

There’s been some exciting things happening at Nuance; or for Nuance. A couple of months ago Nuance announced an SDK for utilizing their speech recognition engine, but the problem was that Nuance was charging a war chest to interface with/or use the speech recognition engine. But now that Nuance has changed their mind and has …

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Aug 07 2010

Review: Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7 [Awesome]

Nuance has just released their latest version of their PDF converter Enterprise. Nuance is most popular for it’s voice recognition [Dragon NaturallySpeaking] and imaging software, such as [Omnipage/PaperPort]. They recently released a free version of their PDF viewer that’s available for anyone to download and use for everyday tasks. But now Nuance is really putting …

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Aug 06 2010

Download Review: Balabolka–Text to Speech [TTS]

If you ask anyone I work with you’d know that I’m a big Dragon NaturallySpeaking fan. And I like using tools like this to be more productive. You can’t beat speaking and then seeing the words appear on the screen. And back in March I was discussing using TTS [text to speech] to help with …

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Mar 22 2010

The Benefits To Using Text To Speech

I’ve been a big fan of applications that can convert text to speech for a long time. From time to time, I like to go find new programs that do this to see how the progression of the technology is going. When writers are composing their posts, or articles, however the information is being composed, …

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May 29 2009

Nuance fails ‘Works with Vista’ for Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10 Essentials

In August of 2008, Nuance was hit with a tornado of bad PR for releasing a version of Dragon NaturallySpeaking that wasn’t 64-bit compliant. Nuance was already under fire for not addressing customers complaints in v9. Later in 2008, Nuance said they would be offering a free upgrade to all Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 registered customers …

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