This week, we're giving away Nuance's recently released Dragon Naturally Speaking 11.5 Home Edition for Windows, which promises faster, better speech recognition than its predecessor.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional 8 does a great job of letting you take care of most computing needs with voice commands instead of the keyboard--a godsend for those who suffer from repetitive stress injuries.
For people who type a lot or suffer sore fingers and hands, Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is the best tool available for dictating text and commanding a Web browser by voice, despite the gradual adjustments needed to conform to your personal manner of speaking.
Stop typing and start talking with this week's prize, speech recognition software for PCs from Nuance Communications.
With near-perfect accuracy and expanded software support, Dragon NaturallySpeaking 7.0 takes the prize as the best personal speech-recognition software.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 isn't perfect, but it's the best dictation software available. We don't find this upgrade necessary for the most basic dictation, although new features may benefit heavily accented English speakers and those who rely heavily on voice commands.
Are you and your hands tired of typing? This week's prize, a copy of Nuance's Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 voice recognition software, gives you a break.
Nintendo also sold over 16 million packaged and digital games for its 3DS line up in 2013 -- a 45 percent increase compared to 2012.
No matter how old you are, DragonBox+ is a great tool for learning how to solve basic algebraic equations, even considering its hefty price tag.
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Geekerati like Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton, Weird Al, and more celebrate four decades of dice-rolling derring-do by lending their voices to a free Audible audiobook by R.A. Salvatore.