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  1. Apple slapped with patent suit over Siri’s natural language abilities

    Non-practicing entity Portal Communications on Thursday filed suit against Apple for alleged infringement…

  2. Why is Siri talking about the Mac’s Finder?

    Siri is widely expected to make up a big part of Monday’s WWDC keynote…

  3. Apple’s groundbreaking Siri set for prominent role at WWDC

    Apple will announce that for the first time it will let outside developers integrate Siri with their apps…

  4. Gartner: Top 10 technologies coming to smartphones starting this year

    The top 10 smartphone technologies and capabilities that will soon create more compelling experiences for the user, and unravel new business models for mobile device vendors…

  5. VocalIQ acquisition hints at how Apple’s Siri plans to win the intelligent assistant war

    Apple last year acquired British intelligent assistant developer VocalIQ…

  6. Apple reportedly planning huge upgrade for Siri

    It looks like Apple is planning a huge upgrade for Siri, one that will see the voice assistant surge ahead of rivals…

  7. Apple needs to fix its privacy issues, and fast

    Yesterday Apple announced it had acquired a small startup focused on artificial intelligence…

  8. Apple acquires advanced artificial intelligence startup Perceptio

    Apple Inc. acquired Perceptio, a startup developing technology to let companies run advanced artificial intelligence systems…

  9. Apple buys artificial intelligence natural language start-up VocalIQ

    Apple has acquired a UK-based start-up whose artificial-intelligence software helps computers and people speak to each other…

  10. Kontra: Is Siri really Apple’s future?

    Siri is a promise of a new computing environment, enormously empowering to the ordinary user…

  11. Fantastical for iPhone imminent

    Fantastical, the top-selling Mac calender app from Flexibits…

  12. Apple’s Siri is eating Google’s lunch

    The evidence is mounting that users of Siri are consistently bypassing Google

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