Nuance Communications Inc. are a company specialising in voice recognition software. Many of you may be familiar with their Dragon line of computer software, superb pieces of kit that write your spoken words on-screen in real time.
Their new program for Android, Dragon Go, isn’t exactly the same sort of software. It’s a searching and browsing application that uses your voice to interpret your queries. So is this application as impressive as Nuance’s desktop product? Let’s find out.
Have you ever been driving, and needed to use your phone in any way? Maybe you need to make a call, send a text message, use navigation to find the place you are going to… Using your phone when driving is dangerous. But now, thanks to the Vlingo Corporation, you can do all of these things, without touching your phone!
Kryptos is a peer-to-peer telephony program from Kryptos Communications. It features military-grade 256bit encryption on all the traffic it sends and 2056 bit RSA key exchange, thereby keeping your conversations private and exceptionally secure.
Its target audience is businessmen with a bit of cash to shell out on security management, though there is no reason why anybody else couldn’t use it. It operates on 3G mobile internet and WiFi and I am reviewing it based on my experience on the HTC Wildfire.