A pair of developers take the spotlight in another special Expo edition of the Macworld Podcast. I’m joined on the Expo show floor by Jeff Ganyard, an engineer at speech-recognition software maker MacSpeech, and Paul Kafasis, CEO of Rogue Amoeba. Both Jeff and Paul talk about the products their respective companies are showcasing during Expo Week.
In MacSpeech’s case, that’s the newly unveiled Dictate. Paul and I talk about Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil.
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MacSpeech unveiled Dictate this week at Macworld Expo. The speech-recognition program was among the winners of the Best of Show awards at this year’s event.
Rogue Amoea made news last week, updating AirFoil to version 3.
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