Apple’s personal assistant Siri doesn’t always get it right, and sometimes she can be downright mean (just ask “what’s zero divided by zero”), but this time Siri is being applauded by transgender advocates for standing by Caitlyn Jenner.
It turns out that iPhone personal assistant Siri is literally and metaphorically heartless.
A Russian speaking London man has “a few to Apple as a company about why its Russian Siri is so homophobic” after inquiries about gay marriage were dismissed and criticized by the personal assistant feature in an online video.
People may be disturbed to know everything they whisper to Apple’s personal assistant software Siri is not only recorded, but has also been listened to by a total stranger.
Google is catching up to Apple when it comes to voice-based search apps according to a new study, but the technology still isn’t considered to being anywhere close to being totally reliable.
Siri may be feeling a little job insecurity. The sometimes droll assistant that answers questions and helps people manage their lives on Apple’s iPhone and iPad is facing competition from an up-and-coming rival made by Google.
Google is trying to upstage Siri, the sometimes droll assistant that answers questions and helps people manage their lives on Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
Our technology analyst takes a look at a recent decision by a Fresno court that prevents use of hand-held navigation devices while driving.
Thanks to Siri, Apple’s latest iPad will go on sale in China Wednesday. The IPhone5 will follow suit a week later.
Apple released its latest version of their operating system, iOS 6, on Wednesday. I downloaded it, and after playing around with it a little, so far so good.