Feeling chatty? This week, one reader gets the latest version of Nuance Communications' Dragon Dictate speech recognition software for Mac. For free.
In an interview with CNET, the mobile-chip maker's president, Derek Aberle, discusses his company's strategy to grow in 2015, as well as its China troubles.
Prefer to compute the hands-free way? Give us a high five. This week's freebie is Nuance's latest version of Dragon Dictate speech recognition software for the Mac.
Looking to get the message out the hands-free way? This week, we're giving away free voice-recognition software. That's something to talk about, no?
Win a speedy high-end router from Linksys that CNET's networking reviewer calls one of the best home routers on the market. Wi-fabulous!
The S.E.L.F.I.E. mirror detects your pearly whites and snaps a selfie for you so you can ditch the phone.
You don't need Siri to talk to your iPhone. Dragon Dictation recognizes your voice, though it won't answer you. Still, it's a handy (and free) app for dictating e-mails, texts, and Facebook and Twitter updates.
Google wants to be an extension of your mind. Glass, though accompanied by skepticism and fear, is a gateway for Google to achieve that goal.
Wealthy space buff makes serious announcement about sending a man and woman on a bare-bones flyby past the Red Planet. But building a cheap, reliable spacecraft in five years is just one issue facing planners.
CNET goes behind the scenes to learn about the much-anticipated next title from the creators of Halo.