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Turning A Page With Your Voice

’s friend injured his spine a while ago, and after asking what would make ’s life simpler, the answer was easy. missed reading books. Sure, e-readers exist, but you still need to turn the page. 164 more words

Misc Hacks

Audio Production

The production of the audio for the podcast has been a great process to go through.  After having voice coaching from Cat Hepple, it has helped my projection of my voice, both in this podcast, and the work I do at the radio station. 56 more words

Creative Futures - Sound

Google partners with delivery companies to make it even harder for consumers to live without it

Google is making it even harder to abandon its service.

The company has announced partnerships with Eat24, Seamless, and other companies to offer consumers the ability to order food from its search page. 358 more words


Google's data tentacles burrow deeper into smart phone apps with expanded Voice Control

Google has found a new way to make its products seem ubiquitous: Allowing consumers to command Android applications with its Voice Control feature.

Voice Control is the tool that allows people to ask Google questions or perform basic tasks on their Android smartphones. 556 more words


The Future of Technology: No Interface

Trendwatching.com recently posted an article that talks about some of the exciting emerging technologies that demonstrate a shift in thinking away from interface-based technology interactions.  62 more words


Today, Roku has announced slight performance and feature upgrades to its Roku 3 and 2 models, as well as a new search and discover platform. The Roku Feed allows consumers to track entertainment and receive updates when new content is released or goes on sale. 1,141 more words

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Sony's new BSP60 voice-controlled smart Bluetooth speaker is a virtual assistant on wheels

While there is a wealth of Bluetooth speakers out there, all attempting to add extra features and additional innovation to standout from the pack, Sony isn’t generally the first company most people run to. 382 more words

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