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Google Voice now for everyone

Published on June 22, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet A little over a year ago, Google released an early preview of Google Voice, their web-based platform for managing your communications.  They introduced one number to ring all your phones, voicemail that works like email, free calls and text messages to the U.S. and Canada, low-priced international calls and more.  The only catch:  you […]

Bing Mobile adds Voice turn-by-turn directions to Windows phones

Published on May 12, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Bing Mobile for Windows phones has been updated once again, and the most significant change is turn-by-turn voice navigation.  This will not work on all Windows phones (optimally I’ll bet it works best on the HTC HD2, which has a digital compass as well as a 1GHz processor).  As seen in this screenshot when […]

Dragon for E-mail now available for Blackberry

Published on May 10, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Nuance has been making some great speech software for years, and in the recent past, iPhone users have enjoyed some of those features.  Now it’s available for Blackberry devices (for email)! Dragon for E-Mail now brings the power of Dragon NaturallySpeaking to the Blackberry email! With Dragon for E-Mail, you can easily speak and […]

VoicePredict available for Windows phones – how helpful is it?

Published on May 10, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet VoicePredict is available in the Windows Marketplace on May 11th. Bless their hearts for trying, but this app leaves a lot to be desired.  At least from this demo video, it appears that not only do you have to speak so incredibly slow that you’d forget what you wanted to say in the first […]