Tag Archive: voice

May 24 2013

Don’t let Google make you stupid

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More and more I find myself in situations where I’m completely dependent upon my smart phone. I hate to say that having a smartphone is making me stupid, but the simple fact is, if I have my smart phone, I know that I don’t have to remember pieces of information and therefore I consider the …

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May 17 2013

Dragon Notes wants to help you organize your random thoughts

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Now is definitely the time to be a curator of your thoughts and ideas. Nuance has released a new piece of software called Dragon Notes. Its initial offering seems to be in the same category as Evernote and Google Keep [web-based]. This move by Nuance is rather interesting because the company itself normally focuses on …

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May 01 2013

Voice recognition: Why I moved from Swype to SwiftKey

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Using voice-recognition is important because it increases someone’s productivity simply by using the technology. When people talk about taking notes and writing an information for later, I immediately think about using voice-recognition. In my opinion, I think it voice-recognition is much faster than trying to write information out and in 99% of the cases, more …

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Apr 22 2013

Are you having trouble choosing between Evernote and Google Keep?

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If you’re not already using one, you should really start thinking about using a note taking application or service to keep all the snippets of information, ideas or thoughts in a singular place so that you can retrieve them later. Most people have passing thoughts and have the inclination to say, that’s a great idea, …

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Mar 21 2013

Google Keep Goes Head-to-head With Evernote

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Did you happen to check out the post yesterday by Google about Google Keep? You should really pay attention to this because Google is now making a step forward to compete directly with Evernote. Evernote has been the staple and standard when it comes to synchronizing your information across several different devices, keeping your thoughts,’s …

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Mar 18 2013

Nuance Announces the Release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12.5

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Nuance announced the release of Dragon 12.5 today [shipping March 22nd]  with greater enhance support for Microsoft products, such as, Windows 8, Microsoft Office 2013, Internet Explorer 10 and Outlook.com. As with each release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking Nuance is indicating that it’s faster and more accurate; ever improving. Dragon 12.5 premium allow you to control …

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Mar 06 2013

Voice Recognition Software Can Make You More Productive

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Voice recognition is here to stay and it’s only going to get better. The days of entering data in to a computer with a keyboard are quickly coming to an end. The infiltration of voice recognition in to just about everything is upon us.

Feb 25 2013

Smartphones: Giving Ubuntu A Solid Chance In The Market

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Over the past couple weeks, I noticed that there’s been several articles and information about the introduction of a Firefox phone and a Ubuntu phone. I think it’s pretty bold that other companies would want to enter into a market that was already dominated by android platform, as well as Apple. It’s pretty hard imagining …

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Dec 31 2012

LEHSYS: My Good And Bad From 2012

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This is my last post for 2012. Technology is one of those things that keeps you on your toes and is ever-changing. You can never released seem to get on top of it, and you can never get enough information. Over the past year I’ve wrote many articles about various different things; things that interest …

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Dec 21 2012

You should try voice recognition – for free with Google’s Chrome

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If you haven’t tried speech recognition yet, you should really try to take a chance and go with it. The most common speech recognition software is dragon naturally speaking, but with tools like speech recognition from Google, after offering their services through a Chrome web browser.  Everyone can have access to speech recognition. Testing it …

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