VoIP service leaves traditional international voice call carriers for dust.
New software lets English speakers talk in Mandarin in user’s own voice
Comms provider's overhaul of NHS Business Services Authority's health card scheme reaps rewards.
The tech giant's voice search feature continues to gain momentum by supporting even more languages.
The cloud-based Nina service will let app users take advantage of voice controls.
How does the iPhone 4S stack up against its predecessor? We take an initial overview of Apple's latest smartphone.
The new functions are designed to make searching via Google easier and broader.
The iPhone's operating system is great, but it's not perfect. Alan Lu details his wishlist for the upcoming iOS 5.
The newest version of Nuance's Dragon Dictate voice recognition software for Mac is finally available. Is it a second-class port of a Windows app or a real boon to productivity?
You’re already paying for biometrics in business laptops, so is it time for your business to start using them?
IBM's supercomputer may have taken on the big brains during a game of Jeopardy! but the company has no plans to tread on Google's toes in the search space.
Since Watson won Jeopardy!, IBM's World Community Grid has seen a 700 per cent surge in volunteers.
Hollywood has very clear ideas of what computers are capable of. But which of its pipe dreams would actually help the modern day IT department? Simon Brew has some suggestions…
Back to the drawing board for security designers.
We review the latest smartphone from Motorola. Is it good enough to stand out from other Android phones?
The mobile industry moves at such a fast space, it's often hard to keep up. But what are the big predicted future trends coming to a smartphone near us? We roundup 10 of the best.
Will the arrival of the iPad herald a new era in touch screen-only computing?
The rumours were true and speech recognition giant Nuance has snapped up SpinVox.
Windows 7 isn't the only new operating system that's recently launched. In this review, we look at the latest flavour of Ubuntu Linux to see if it can compete.
Microsoft is looking to get Project Natal's speech and gesture recognition to the desktop within a few years.
IBM Watson to take on customer service big data problems
Rural broadband funding deadline extended
IT Pro report: The enterprise threat landscape
Apple CEO backs iPad maker's tax strategy
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