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Tag Archives: Siri
Mobile voice apps are already better than you think
During this year’s Super Bowl, Amazon.com promoted the Amazon Echo, their new stand-alone voice activation device. Alec Baldwin is featured in the somewhat offbeat spots that can be seen here. ‘Alexa’, the name used to access whatever you want … Continue reading
Is Blackberry standing at death’s door?
Like so many RIM – Research in Motion – BB users, last week’s worldwide Blackberry outage was a big inconvenience for me. I was traveling and even more reliant on the efficacy of BB’s email platform. A by-product was that … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Communication, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged Android, Apple, BB Messenger, Blackberry, Blackberry Torch, iphone, QNX, Reseach in Motion, RIM, Samsung i997, Siri, sororities 3 Comments
Apple’s not new iPhone – Tim Cook drops a dud
Steve Jobs has ceded his CEO status to Timothy D. Cook. Apple aficionados (I do not count myself among them) were more than eagerly awaiting what they thought would be another watershed event – the unveiling of the iPhone 5. … Continue reading
Posted in Communication, Innovation, Mobile Communication, Technology Tagged A T & T, Apple iPhone 4S, Apple iPhone 5, Siri, Sprint, Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, Verizon 2 Comments