The incredibly useful Jott turns your voice into text and delivers it to you, someone you know, your blog, or any number of other destinations.
New Jott software that works on iPhone.
iPhone-Only Apps Installation on iPod touch Now Prevented
The iPhone lacks a voice recording feature. Griffin fixes that. Sort of.
Get questions answered for you on the go with Mosio. The service now uses Twitter to help you ask and get questions answered.
The makers of the premium Jawbone Bluetooth headsets have released a new version called the Jawbone Era. It features multiprocessor architecture, serial flash, and a built-in accelerometer, a first in Bluetooth headsets.
Aliph has introduced the Jawbone Icon, its latest premium Bluetooth headset. Not only does it look and sound great, it is possibly the most flexible Bluetooth headset out there due to an industry-first software platform.
Next week, Evernote will turn on a feature that lets you send Twitters to your notebook.
Not only is the Aliph Jawbone Icon attractive and affordable with great call quality, but it is also highly customizable with advanced features that make it the most innovative Bluetooth headset we've seen to date.
In about six weeks, you'll be able to Twitter while driving using Dial2Go's mobile phone platform for dictating commands to various Web services.