Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and Google’s Google Assistant must field all sorts of questions. At this moment in time, some of the responses are particularly important.
British defence secretary Gavin Williamson was left red-faced after his own iPhone took a jab at him in the middle of a speech.
I must say, I don’t ask Siri to do enough for me. She sets countdowns and reminders and that’s about it. Thank God my sartorial questions can be resolved..
Heads up: it gets a bit awkward when the product you’re demonstrating can’t understand you – and you’re the CEO.
If you thought Siri was a pointless iPhone feature think again – she’s also an unlikely bastion of musical taste, as this latest discovery shows
You don’t become the world’s most valuable company without leading the way when it comes to technical innovation. Apple’s latest iOS update could prove very popular.
Yesterday was an important one in the world of Apple as they announced their biggest and baddest products and updates at the WWDC.
The development of technology has had some incredible benefits for us as a human race. Unfortunately, some of these are somewhat addictive – like Siri and we now instinctively turn to technology to help us, even when it comes to hiding a body.
We’re living in an age when being without our phone makes us feel disconnected from society. No social media, no messaging services, no Internet and no fast track to our list of contacts makes us feel insecure and out of touch. These mobile devices have become more than our personal assistants, they’ve become an integral […]
Don’t talk to Siri like she’s Google Glass, because she will strike you down. If you’re running iOS6, try talking to Siri as if she’s Google Glass, and see what happens.
In Apple’s latest ad promoting its virtual assistant, it called on legendary film director Martin Scorsese. Shot in the back of cab driving through New York city, Scorsese uses Siri to help him with a handful of simple tasks.
Apple have been known to lure some of the entertainment industry’s biggest names to promote their products, and their two latest ambassadors are no exception. The one has been nabbed from her throne in hipsters’ hearts, and the other from the walls of cult movie fans. Click through to see the respective icons plugging Apple’s flagship device.
Hey, future. Mercedes-Benz unveiled plans yesterday to use Siri – the virtual assistant exclusive to the iPhone 4S – to power its new A-class electronics system, called “Drive Kit Plus,” which will allow drivers to access their iPhone apps using voice commands. In case you ever feel like updating your Twitter status while driving something sexy.
Ever since its launch at the end of last year, Apple’s Siri has been at the top of everyone’s “to get” list. A virtual assistant that is so much more than that, it has thrilled users the world round. That is of course unless you’re from Scotland in which case you might as well be talking into a Nokia 3310.
A lot of us are currently using the iPhone 4 are only now coming to terms with Apple’s reluctance to allow Siri to run on our hardware. There’s probably even a bunch of us using Android that wish we could have something similar. Well, iHave good news. There’s an app for that.
Apple’s Siri, the fancy voice-activated feature that was supposed to make people feel less disappointed about not getting a shiny new iPhone 5, was actually pretty cool when Phil Schiller showed it off on stage. But how well does it do in real life? See the hands-on after the jump.