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Apple Looking Into Text-to-Speech Converter for the iPhone

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Apple has filed a patent application for a system that could convert text to speech and vice versa on the iPhone, Patently Apple reports.

The proposed system would be helpful in noisy environments, as well as situations where the user cannot talk out loud, for example at a meeting. Appleā€™s solution for the first problem would include noise detection in the handset; when the outside noise is too loud, the phone would automatically convert the speech from the other end into text. And if a user is at a meeting, he/she would be able to type in text, which would be converted to speech and sent to the party on the other end.
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Facebook Dislike Button Scam Gets More Sophisticated [WARNING]

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Facebook does not have a dislike button, but that hasn’t stopped spammers from trying to use it to scam users.
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The 7 Biggest Fan Page Marketing Mistakes

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If you want to get better Facebook fan page marketing results, check this list and find out if you’re making any of these mistakes.
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6 Ways to Grow Your Business With Content

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Content marketing: 6 awesome ways to grow your business with content and take it to the stratosphere.
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What happens when you die on Facebook? New app saves you video message!

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A creepy new app on Facebook will store your video message and only share it with friends when you die.
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