OS 10.9, Apple’s Next Version Of OS X, To Include Siri And Maps Integration?

10.9 OS X Maps app and Siri support

With Apple’s next version of OS X (10.9) presumably scheduled for a release sometime in 2013, it’s likely they’ll introduce additional features to the Mac platform that will assist to bridge the gap between iOS and OS X. According to a new article from 9to5Mac, early variations of 10.9 are reportedly displaying integration for both Siri and Apple’s new mapping …

Google Adds Voice Search Functionality To Their iOS App, Siri’s In For Some Competition

iPhone 5 Google Voice Search Rivals Siri

Today, Apple approved a rather significant update that was submitted by Google for their dedicated iOS search app. According to Google, the update adds “most advanced voice search” to their iOS app. With a new integrated “Voice” search button, the app is now capable of translating voice input and intelligently retrieving results, similar to the built-in voice functionality of Jelly …

iOS 6 Announced At WWDC 2012: New Maps App, Siri Improvements, Passbook And More

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Today, Apple revealed monumental updates to their consumer software and hardware (live coverage and updates from the event can be found here). Aside from announcing new features for the unreleased OS X Mountain Lion and revealing minor upgrades to the MacBook Air and a completely redesigned MacBook Pro, Apple also announced  iOS 6.

Siri May Be Added To The iPad With The Release Of iOS 6

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Siri, the iPhone 4S-exclusive personal assistant the world has come to know and love over the past eight months, might become much less exclusive in the forceable future. According to a report from 9to5Mac, iOS 6 may add Siri functionality to one of Apple’s best selling iOS-based devices: the iPad.

Complete Coverage Of Tim Cook At D10: The Future Of Siri, Apple TV, Facebook Integration And Product Secrecy

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Last night, May 29th, AllThingsD held their 10th annual D Conference. While Tim Cook (Apple’s CEO) wasn’t the only interviewee, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher’s questioning of Apple and Tim Cook in general was arguably the most intriguing. Highlights of the interview include Apple’s upcoming plans to “double down on secrecy…”, the future of Apple TV, which is an area of …