Google Now is officially invading Siri's home turf.
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In case it wasn't already clear, Siri is bad news if you're concerned with data security.
Facebook loves local business, apparently. And local business loves Facebook.
Apple already offers Yahoo weather and finance data pre-loaded on the iPhone, but Yahoo and Apple are reportedly in talks to get more cozy.
Guest Post What if Siri could help us modulate the emotional tone of our messages? Would it make the world a better place with less conflict and argument, or would it leave piles of unread messages?
Nuance is making a smart argument for why voice could be the key to making money in mobile advertising. And it might just work out.
Apple and China just can't seem to get along lately.
With the new Galaxy S4, Samsung is moving farther and farther away from Google. In fact, you have to wonder, will Samsung turn into the new Amazon?
With Apple's Siri and Google Now leading the way, the race is on to create the perfect mobile virtual assistant.
Guest Post You might think your smartphone is pretty smart, but many smartphone apps are still pretty dumb, lacking contextual knowledge about you, your preferences, and your environment. That's about to change.
Microsoft has debuted a new video that shows what it imagines the future of technology will hold in the next five to 10 years, and it includes massive touchscreens, Siri-like voice controls, and Microsoft's Surface tablet.
Like one part Siri and one part morning news update, a new app called Winston could change the way you consume news online.
Honda is the latest in a string of automobile manufacturer that will bring Apple's Siri voice control technology to its line of cars, the automaker announced today.
In the latest update, Apple is enabling the purchase of movie tickets via Fandango. In other words, your "Siri, what movies are playing tonight" question can finish with "Siri, buy me two tickets to Anna Karenina."
While plenty has been said about Apple's often sassy voice assistant feature Siri, the technology giant thinks it can do even better, according to a recent job posting.
What it's really going to do is open up the vast hoard of Facebook data and eat the lunch of a thousand large and small companies that make money by aggregating and rating what people do and where they go.
It may sound like something out of a dystopian novel, but scientists are confident about a machine learning technology that can recognize and replicate human activities like seeing and thinking.
Two major, yet controversial, features from iOS could be making its way to Apple's OS X desktop operating system.
For decades, "artificial intelligence" was a long-sought-after ideal in computing circles. Now it's finally starting to become real -- just not in the way anyone expected.