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Speech recognition interface can mix mix dictating and typing in certain apps.
Any $269 smartphone is sure to have flaws, and this does, but it's still good value.
With full HD 1080p video calling over Skype, dual microphones, and on-board video compression, the C920 is a definite upgrade over your computer's webcam.
Atech Flash lets you add fast SATA storage to your laptop or PC with this USB 3.1 dual-bay enclosure.
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A flexible third-party calendar app for macOS and iOS that works with all leading cloud services.
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