The best third-party browser for Android just got a little better. Taking a cue from Ice Cream Sandwich itself, the latest Dolphin Browser update adds a host of voice control features all rolled into a system called Sonar. Far
Google has some big plans for Android and our homes. With lots of discussion lately of a Android@Home project under way and more we are now seeing some information that Google has applied for a patent to bring Voice actions and
The entire world of mobile gaming has been growing at a huge rate lately especially in Android. With quad-core Tegra 3 devices and HD gaming taking off we are wondering what could be next. Gameloft might have exactly what we've
Ever since the iPhone 4S was announced and Siri shown off we've been seeing all sorts of movement in the world of Android regarding voice recognition and other similar software or applications. While Android has had its own
Swype has just announced another update for their popular keyboard and users taking part in the BETA can enjoy it right now. The last update was back in November and brought a few awesome new features but this newest update is
If you are an Android user wanting to get some Siri-style action onto your Android device a new app has launched that will do just that called Cluzee. It's sort of like the alpha app called Iris we talked about a few days ago.
Sometimes it's nice to know that the executives at Google are just as nerdy as we are. At the Hong Kong event where Google and Samsung introduced the Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Matias Duarte, product
Google has extended Voice Actions for Android to users in the UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain, with the voice-command service now supporting local languages in each country. Launched in the US last year, the newly extended
The voice recognition technology from Nuance shows up in a lot of places that you might not realize it is used in. We all know the company from its apps for translation and voice search on Android devices and other smartphones.
The Cellbots project - using an Android smartphone as the brain for a relatively cheap robot - has had an upgrade, with a dashing new neon green chassis and, more impressively, voice control. The system takes advantage of