- News tagged "siri"
Thursday, 6 Oct 2016
Samsung has just confirmed that it has acquired Viv, a startup specializing in artificial intelligence and founded by the creators of Siri.
Monday, 3 Oct 2016
In addition to allowing you to answer Skype calls from your lockscreen just like a regular phone call and store your Skype contacts in Apple's Contacts app, the updated Skype apps also let you use Siri voice commands to start a Skype call.
Thursday, 19 May 2016
The next iteration of Mac OS X is expected to integrate Siri. Here's what Siri on the new OS X could look like.
Thursday, 5 May 2016
Siri's creators are slated to publicly unveil Viv, their new virtual assistant, early next week. But unlike Siri, Viv's goal is to be integrated into devices everywhere, including things as different as TVs, cars, and connected devices.
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016
With Season 6 of HBO's Game of Thrones hitting screens in two weeks, the question everyone's asking is, 'Is Jon Snow dead?'. Check out what Apple's virtual assistant Siri has to say about it.
Tuesday, 5 Apr 2016
iPhone user Jose Rodriguez has just discovered a security loophole that applies to iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets configured to allow Siri app search integrations for Twitter, Contacts and Photos.
Monday, 26 Oct 2015
Apple released a trio of star-studded iPhone 6s commercials over the weekend, with two shorts starring Jamie Foxx and Siri, and a minute-long ad showing off the 6s' camera with an assist from reigning NBA MVP Steph Curry.
Tuesday, 6 Oct 2015
Apple has just acquired two artificial intelligence firms, Perceptio and VocalIQ. The move is believed to be an effort to improve Siri's capabilities.
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
Apple announced iOS 9 at WWDC 2015 today. The latest version of the OS is focused on making it smarter and more powerful, with a major upgrade to Apple's Siri digital assistant, as well as better search functionality and a new News app.
Wednesday, 30 Jul 2014
Microsoft and Apple have a long history of taking shots at each other (remember I'm a Mac?), and Microsoft's latest TV spot continues that proud tradition.