Prefer talking over typing? Get version 4 of Nuance Communications' Dragon Dictate speech recognition software for Mac. For free.
Feeling chatty? This week, one reader gets the latest version of Nuance Communications' Dragon Dictate speech recognition software for Mac. For free.
Now kids can create personalized games using an iPad and a hackable computer in the shape of a bouncy ball.
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.