Earlier this week, we posted a blog titled, “Meet The Person Behind The Voice Of 'Siri'.” In it, was video originally posted on the tech blog theverge.com. The video, titled “How Siri Found Its Voice.” shows the development of synthesized speech, from its beginnings being used in various toys and video games, all the way up to the voice on our iPhones...
Siri is an application for Apple's iOS that uses voice commands to serve as your personal assistant and navigator of all general knowledge. In addition to sending messages, finding directions and scheduling meetings, Siri is also pretty knowledgeable when it comes to sports. Check out what Siri said when we asked her who the best team in the NFL was.
Siri, iPhone's voice-activated personal assistant, has a reputation of being kind of a jerk. Sure she's a tad snarky and sometimes sarcastic, but she's totally misunderstood, guys. In fact, Siri's actually pretty darn funny!
We gave you a rundown of all the new tech that Apple revealed at their recent WWDC event, but one thing that stands out the most is the upcoming iOS 6 update. The only (first world) problem is that it's almost too overwhelming to take in all at once. So with the help of our friends over at iDownloadBlog, we highlighted the coolest features for you.
If you didn't have the chance to keep up with the liveblog of the opening keynote at Apple's WWDC 2012 we've got you covered right here thanks to our friends over at Engadget. Earlier today, Apple unveiled the next generation MacBook Pro boasting an insane retina display, as well as upgrading the existing MacBook Pro lineup and quietly discontinuing the 17" MacBook Pro.