Nov 28

Dragon 6.0.7 was the most usable and bug free update of version 6 yet, but with the release of High Sierra, some issues have arisen.

It’s been a little over 12 months since version 6 was released and if Nuance’s previous release schedule is anything to go by we should be due for Dragon version 7 very soon.  If you are thinking of buying Dragon, you really want to buy at the end of a cycle, not the beginning of a new version. It tends to take about a year for all the bugs to be ironed out and I know of soem people who are still waiting to purchase version 6. Given that Nuance have released a new version in September 2015 and 2016,  we might have expected an update by now. It might be advisable to buy soon before version 7 is released.

That said – there have been some issues with High Sierra.  If and when those are resolved, that could be a good time to purchase version 6.

Buying guide: Wait a little bit longer for the High Sierra problems to be resolved then purchase version 6 before Nuance release a version 7.

The new purchase price is US$225 (or AU$475), but you can get it on special if you search.

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Reviews of Dragon 6.0, Dragon 6.0.1 and Dragon 6.0.2.

 

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Jul 09

Despite Apple TV not having a Google Play App, you can still purchase or rent a movie from Google and watch it on your Apple TV.  Google suggest a way to do it by streaming the movie from your phone, but a far better way is to watch the movie directly in Apple TV via  the YouTube app. You can find previously purchased or rented Google Play movies in the Youtube App if you search for them.

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Sep 09

Apple launched a new iPhone, new iPad and new Apple TV today, but none of them are actually available yet, so don’t get too excited!

http://www.apple.com/tv/

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Sep 05

Source: iPhone 6s to have ‘3D Touch’ three-level, next-gen Force Touch interface | 9to5Mac

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Aug 30

A new Apple TV is on the way, though, and it could move the needle in more than one industry. According to information I’ve been able to compile from multiple sources, Apple is about to lay…

Source: Apple Is About To Lay Down Its TV Cards | TechCrunch

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