The mobile app will soon be able to automatically pick up on a number of popular spoken languages and convert the speech to text, says The New York Times.
Patently Apple digs up a patent filing that shows Apple has a solution to answering an iPhone in a crowded bar or in a meeting or movie theater.
If you've always wanted to talk to your browser, the magic Google genie has just granted your wish. Chrome 11 comes with a new feature that converts your mellifluous voice into surprisingly accurate dead-on text in the browser, and we've got a quick guide on how to use it.
Chrome 11 comes with a new feature that converts your mellifluous voice into surprisingly accurate text in the browser, and we've got a quick guide on how to use it.
If you thought that speech-to-text was something that was going to arrive only after we all got our government issued hoverboards, think again, because Google has proved us wrong
Tired of pecking on your iPhone keyboard when doing instant messaging? App IM+ is getting an update soon that will let you simply talk into your phone to have it post new messages.
P207 cell phone uses QuickPhrase software to let people send short text messages by just speaking.
Apple's speech-to-text service not only breaks ties with Apple's servers, but offers some welcome enhancements.
Two let you e-mail short voice messages and upload the sound files to Dropbox, Wi-Fi or ftp servers. One coverts speech to text ready to be e-mailed or pasted. But two fall short.
Gmail wants everyone to know where you are, the Authors Guild is up in arms about Kindle's speech-to-text feature, and you can now travel the Oregon Trail on your iPhone.