If you’ve been jealous of the Moto X‘s always-on voice controls, there might be no reason to be in the near future. Google is now believed to be working on bringing that feature to the general Android population, but
OmniROM may yet have another unique feature under its belt. With an upcoming custom hotwords feature, users can set any phrase they want to start almost any app right from the homescreen using just their voice.
Talking to your wearable might be the best method for getting things done, which is why Qualcomm has tapped Nuance to help with their Toq smartwatch. The wearable will now allow you to respond to messages via your smartwatch,
Voice recognition expert Nuance has just announced an update that puts its Dragon Mobile Assistant ahead of the crowd. Its voice-controlled personal mobile assistant can now unlock your smartphone through your voice and only your
Google has just rolled out a rather strange new feature to its Google Search app for Android. Starting with the latest update, users will be able to verbally tell Google Now to open up their camera to snap up a photo or record a
Android fans might be all too familiar with the phrase “OK Google” by now, especially as it is supercharged on the Nexus 5. Unfortunately, that feature works only in a limited number of situations. But it
The growing popularity of voice-controlled personal assistants like Google Now or Siri have put headsets with microphones, particularly Bluetooth ones, in vogue. Jawbone, one of the most popular brands out there, has just
Now that Android and iOS are practically established as the top two mobile platforms in the world, tech rivals Google and Apple are gearing up for their next battle. This time the race will not be about operating systems or
Earlier, the Internet went aflutter after a video leaked out that showed what seems to be Yahoo‘s entry into the voice-controlled personal assistant arena. Although many noted that the video seemed fake, the software is, in
This year has one underlying thread: context. The most glaring example of context is with our mobile devices. Siri and Google Now are nothing new, but Motorola’s take on contextual awareness and information continues to amaze.