According to Patently Apple, the tech giant has filed for a European patent for a system that can translate text into multiple languages and then convert it to speech.
Today we show off a great Chrome extension that converts text into speech so you don't have to read!
The Internet retailer uses Ivona's technology for text-to-speech, voice guide, and explore-by-touch features on the Kindle Fire tablets.
The latest update reads Facebook and Twitter updates out to the driver while on the go.
Waze community GPS navigation gets a version 2.4 update that adds new features for U.S. and Canadian Android and iPhone users.
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.
Text-to-speech is touted on virtually all new portable GPS devices nowadays, but what does it do? CNET Australia explains.
Company backs down from its original plan to let its new Kindle 2 e-book reader read aloud from any document on the device. Its former plan was ill-considered and arguably illegal.
Retailer denies the feature violates any copyright but says publishers will decide whether to enable text-to-speech function for their books.
BlindSpeak turns text into speech that can be sent via e-mail. The only problem is that people you're sending it to might not have the patience to sit through your message.