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Nuance Voiceprint biometric technology enables a user to set their device to respond to their voice only, and also wake the device using only vocal commands.
Voice is becoming a more accepted input and control method on your mobile device and the latest version of Dragon Mobile Assistant for Android adds some keys functions.
Apple heavily advertises Siri and competitors have been trying to match and beat its functionality. Google Now is excellent on Jelly Bean-powered devices and there are some great 3rd party alternatives. Nuance is an experience developer of voice technologies and enters the Android arena with this new application.
Watch out, Siri. Nuance's Dragon ID is being unleashed to unlock mobile devices with just the recognition of one's voice.
There is no easier way to enter text on a mobile device than by speech. Using Dragon Dictation with a Bluetooth headset may be the fastest entry method.
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Nuance's Dragon speech recognition tools are well known on PC, but in the mobile world the company's probably best known for its work on extended T9. That's going to change with the arrival in the UK App Store of iPhone and iPad versions of its voice-powered Search and Dictation apps.
T-Mobile is finally starting to rollout their 3G network and there was much rejoicing to start off MobileTechRoundup show #132. We also kicked around the rumor that AT&T may subsidize the next 3G iPhone and last week they were offering WiFi access for iPhone owners. However, that pipe may have been closed now. I just purchased a Celio REDFLY and it actually just arrived yesterday so look for some more feedback on my blog. The HTC Advantage 7510 updated model is coming out soon and James is quite excited. We also talked about the Kindle and Kevin has actually been using James' for a bit and offers some thoughts. Kevin and James are also a part of the amazing HP 31 Days of the Dragon contest so make sure to enter as often as you can to win this sweet setup worth over US$5,000.
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While the giveaway I am going to talk about doesn't relate to a mobile device, my fellow MobileTechRoundup podcast co-hosts are a part of the contest and I think it is such a MAJOR contest that my readers here would enjoy entering for a chance to win. Today is the first day of the 31 Days of the Dragon contest sponsored by HP anb BuzzCorps. For 31 days they will be giving away a HP HDX Dragon Entertainment Notebook that is tricked out with amazing hardware and software with a retail value of over US$5,000.
If you're looking for the notebook with the largest footprint in the world (at least the one with Intel's latest greatest mobile tech), it might very well be HP's new Dragon, a clamshell-form factored HiDef-ready multimedia entertainment center that may be able to fit under your armpit, but don't try putting it on any airplane seatback table.
If you need efficient speech-to-text software, Dragon Naturally Speaking 8 Preferred is definitely worth considering. But if you already have a portable device that can record voice, such as a handheld, you may not need this Mobile bundle.
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