Posts Tagged ‘siri’
Siri and Dictation are presented as two of the iPhone 4S’ key selling points and certainly the most talked about features after both the unveiling and the release of Apple’s second newest iOS-based device. Moreover, when introducing the third-generation iPad, Apple highlighted Dictation (an aspect of Siri) as one of the six major changes and […]
Not surprisingly, as highlighted by Wired from Technology Review’s recent interview, IBM’s chief information officer (Jeanette Horan) confirmed that while the company upholds a “bring your own device” policy, they still restrict certain services on said devices. When an employee opts to use their own device, IBM reportedly blocks accesses to almost all cloud-based services […]
Over two months ago, in March, The Wall Street Journal reported on a lawsuit filed against Apple by a customer who claimed that Siri (the virtual personal assistant exclusive to the iPhone 4S) wasn’t then, and still isn’t, what the company made it out to be.
According to The Next Web, a new iPhone 4S ad (centered around Siri) aired this afternoon during SportsCenter on ESPN. The commercial, embedded above, appears to be a Verizon iPhone 4S advert featuring Samuel L. Jackson.
Yesterday the co-founder of Siri, Dag Kittlaus, spoke at a keynote presentation in Chicago. According to Network World, Kittlaus unveiled some interesting information that ultimately lead to Apple’s acquisition of the company and paved the way for Siri to migrate from an app on the App Store to system-wide and deeply integrated personal assistant.
With roughly $100 billion in cash reserves, Apple executives and shareholders joined on a conference call this morning to discuss the outcome of Apple’s bank account.
Today I’m pleased to announce the giveaway that BestTechInfo is hosting in collaboration with iPodUplink – we’ll be giving away one of the brand new iPads that’s scheduled to be released on March 16th (16GB Wi-Fi model).
Apple Releases iOS 5.1: Battery Life Improvements, Ability To Delete Picture From Photo Stream, Japanese Support For Siri And More
Earlier today, after the unveiling event for the new iPad, Apple pushed out iOS 5.1. Aside from bringing Japanese language support to Siri, iOS 5.1 also allows users to delete photos from Photo Stream, it brings a redesigned camera app to the iPad, changes the “3G” indicator for the AT&T iPhone 4S to a “4G” […]