Technology
By Joe Dysart

You Don’t Say . . .
With today’s voice recognition software, you can stick the keyboard where it belongs. Are your hands more comfortable pumping iron than fiddling with a computer keyboard? If so, you may want to consider using your voice as the primary way to navigate on your personal computer. For about $200, you can upgrade your PC and other devices with cutting-edge voice recognition software that will enable you to surf the Web, dictate a letter and manipulate nearly every Windows