Oregon State’s football coach Mike Riley wasn’t lying when he sent out a Tweet nudging folks to ask their iPhone, specifically Siri, who her favorite college football team is. Ask #Siri who her favorite college football team is? Just do it. #GoBeavs — Mike Riley (@Coach_Riley) August 20, 2013 The answer you will get is
To be honest with you, I do not fully get this commercial (s). This is a new two-spot ad campaign — John’s first in the U.S. — in which Mr. Malkovich has a ‘thing’ for Siri. Yes, it is fake. via The Daily What
I was pointed towards this gem by a friend of mine who we’ll call “Craig”. He’s a big fan of the site, obviously, and asked if I had seen it. I hadn’t, and I’ve watched it six times now. Swag. Enjoy!
Android owners looking for a fully-integrated response to Apple’s Siri will have to wait a little longer. Google announced on Tuesday that it acquired a company called Clever Sense, the maker of the app Alfred, which serves as a digital personal assistant. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Mashable confirmed with Google that the Alfred
Apparently Music Hack Day brings out the best in people, including Siri. Due to alack of any tech knowledge, at all. I will let someone else describe their latest hack. My hack for the Music Hack Day 2011 in London. SiriProxy is used to intercept the communication with Apple’s servers. Based on your song request,
Apple’s little girl, Siri, is starting to show her lecherous ways. It seems that a group of hackers (or “enthusiasts”, as I prefer to call them) has figured out a way to break up Siri’s monogamous relationship wth the iPhone 4Gs and get her into bed with the iPhone 4 and the iPod Touch 4G.
Those of you slobbering over the anticipated announcement of the iPhone 5 will have to wait because today Apple released the info on the iPhone 4S. What does it look like? It looks just like the iPhone 4 but, as Apple has been pushing all morning, “it’s the inside that counts”. Here’s an untouched picture