Tag Archive: voice recognition

Jun 10 2013

Google Keyboard takes on Swype and SwiftKey

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If you’re like most people who have purchased an android phone, one of the first things you going to do is change out the keyboard, but that may not be the case anymore. A little over a month ago I wrote an article about why I made the transition from Swype over to SwiftKey, and …

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Dec 12 2012

Learn New Words With Google And Voice-Recognition

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Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re reading an article and the article that you’re reading has this fancy word in it; a word you never seen before and don’t exactly know the definition? Some people might know better to go to a website that has an online dictionary and to look …

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Nov 28 2012

Word/Phrase corrections with AutoHotKey, Thunderbird 17 and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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I found a fascinating trick today.  I’ve been using Dragon NaturallySpeaking for many years and I’ve also been using AutoHotKey for years.  Both of these applications have massive pluses for use, but today I found something extraordinary. Let me start off by stating that using Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a massive benefit to being productive. it …

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Nov 13 2012

Voice-recognition: Understanding more than just spoken words

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Voice to text recognition is like one of those magical functions that no ones using yet. I’m a big user of voice recognition. I like to try to use it as much as possible. Not so much as to control my PC, but purely for the value of the dictation. For the last 6 years, …

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Oct 30 2012

Roku Now Offers Universal Search Across Streaming Services

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This past week, Roku came out with a nice new feature for their streaming devices. It allows the users to search across all the streaming services that you currently have. So if you don’t know if the TV or movie that you want to watch is on something like Netflix, Hulu or Amazon; this service …

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Oct 26 2012

The Innate And Inescapable Keyboard

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It’s really funny that if you look at the history of the personal computer, the keyboard is probably the longest standing friend to the personal computer and it seems to be pretty well-established; and damn near impossible to get rid of… Watching the race of touchscreens, portable devices, smart phones and whatever else comes along; …

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Oct 22 2012

No Dragon NaturallySpeaking for Microsoft Surface [yet]

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One thing we are not hearing a lot about with the new Microsoft Surface is voice-recognition. With the new operating systems and the more predominant mobile devices, it would seem that one of the more obvious things would be to have stronger integration with the voice recognition solution for those devices. I was really expecting …

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Sep 24 2012

Roku Application streams music and pictures from your Smartphone – cool.

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Roku has recently updated their remote control application to allow for listening and viewing content from your smart phone to your Roku, and ultimately onto your TV set.  Right now the applications improvements is limited to pictures and music.  The updates to the remote application also lets the Roku users launch shortcuts for Netflix, YouTube, …

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Aug 12 2012

Techie Review: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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Nuance has released their latest version of Dragon NaturallySpeaking, version 12. With each new release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking I continue to be impressed at the level of integration and recognition the application can provide. By far, Dragon NaturallySpeaking is my favorite application because it provides such an advantage over anyone else that’s not using voice-recognition …

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Aug 11 2012

Awesome: Free Cloud based voice recognition for Chrome

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Yesterday, something great arrived on the internet. And it’s funny, because I was just talking about cloud based speech recognition. Cloud based speech recognition could revolutionize the way people get information on the internet.  The first bits of this blog were written with cloud-based speech recognition. The website was just created yesterday, but it’s something …

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