Tag: siri

Sep 25 2012

iPhone 5 users looking to switch to an Android- It’s Understandable.

Are you in the crowd of people that continue to be unimpressed by the iPhone.  Most can back up enough to say that I understand the iPhone set the standard for what a smart phone is, but beyond that, the execution and handling of the iPhone has been something that I just think is horrible. …

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Aug 08 2012

Can Siri stand her ground with Google and Nuance coming?

As I was checking my RSS feeds today for pretty much anything having to do with the industry of voice-recognition, I noticed an article that reported Google was going to be up pushing their version of Siri into the Apple market. Google’s version of Siri is called  ‘Google Now’. I think this is an extremely …

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Jul 25 2012

Nuance set to release Nina – Virtual Assistant

  In a world where people expect voice-recognition features from there smart phone; Nuance is the leader in voice-recognition in various products, not just smartphones and PCs. The past couple of years have been very exciting for Nuance in the respect that they’ve been able to expand from call centers and selling PC software to …

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May 16 2012

Google is building an answer brain with ‘Knowledge Graph’

Google is really working the candle at both ends with trying to build a better mouse trap [per se] to compete with Apple‘s Siri. Google knows that it can’t do the things Siri does with out giving relevant answers to the questions at hand… or presented. Google’s voice recognition has made some vast improvements in …

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Nov 21 2011

All the Apple talk is about Siri

A lot of emphasis on the iPhone 4S has been about the voice recognition application called Siri. And while I would happen to agree with the ‘cool’ level of the application and the level of integration; it’s not been without it’s problems and downsides. And in all fairness, Siri is really cool and the level …

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