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Samsung Has Reportedly Explored Acquiring Company That Powers Siri

Siri, can you say "complicated"?Nuance Communications, a software company that develops speech recognition tools and powers Apple's Siri personal assistant, has talked with multiple companies about a possible sale, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. One of those,

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Samsung Has Reportedly Explored Acquiring Company That Powers Siri

Siri, can you say "complicated"?Nuance Communications, a software company that develops speech recognition tools and powers Apple's Siri personal assistant, has talked with multiple companies about a possible sale, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. One of those,

Will Apple Lose Siri's Core Tech To Samsung?

An anonymous reader writes Apple bought Siri in 2010, but its core technology is owned by Nuance, maker of Dragon NaturallySpeaking. Now Samsung is looking to buy Nuance. From the article: "This past June, Nuance and Samsung began merger talks, but nothing came of it. At the time,

The end of Apple: Can rivals smell blood in the water?

There was a time when Apple was the undisputed king of mobile, but since Steve Jobs’ death, Apple’s competitors have been getting bolder. Is this the end of Apple?Read more: http://www.itproportal.

iOS 9 May Be Getting an All-New Siri

Technology is filled with all kinds of rumors, real and fabricated. It gives us a look at might be and will be. BitStream gathers these rumors all in one place to divine what the future has in store.Read more...

Apple Says First HomeKit-Enabled Devices Land Next Month

Apple has been relatively quiet on HomeKit, the protocol it announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference last year for connecting its devices to third-party smart home gadgets and accessories, but that changed today.

Apple’s iWatch won’t go on sale until 2015

While the much talked about smartwatch might be set to launch the week after next, it’s still months away from hitting shelves…Read more:

Why We Need Apple

It's no secret that I'm an Android guy. I worked for two years at an Android-focused site and I own multiple devices with "Nexus" in the name. Still, I couldn't be happier about Apple's announcements yesterday. Why? Because what Apple does affects us all.Read more...

iPhone 6s Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

How do you make the best iPhone ever even better? That’s the perennial question, one that’s inevitably easier to answer as Apple releases innovative new products. This year, the fan boy universe finds a plethora of clues in the company’s wearable computer. The iPhone 6s, these clues suggest,

From 'Revolutionary' to 'Beautiful:' How Apple’s language has evolved

With the launch of the new iPad just around the corner, and the iPhone 6 launch still glinting in our rear view mirror, Pete Miller takes a look back at how Apple's product language has evolved.Read more: http://www.itproportal.

In case you missed it: Windows 9 in focus, Windows 8.1 August Update coming soon, and more

This week has been quite interesting in the world of Microsoft. We've covered a lot over the past week and chances are you most likely missed an important piece of news. Let's recap the week in our weekly "In case you missed it" post.

Ken Jeong talked some kids into seeing 'Crazy Rich Asians' — and Jon Chu got it on film

If there's anyone out there who can shame you into buying a ticket for Crazy Rich Asians, it's definitely the director of the blockbuster film and one of its many stars. Director Jon M. Chu showed up to a movie theater with Ken Jeong in tow this weekend.

Here's the app you need to make your iPhone photos look good enough for Tim Cook to share

It's World Photography Day, which means Tim Cook is celebrating in a very Tim Cook way: sharing #ShotOniPhone snapshots.On Sunday, the Apple CEO tweeted the breathtaking work of John Bozinov — a photographer who focuses on wildlife and portraits. Bozinov is a master of iPhone photography,

We tried avocado chocolate toast, the new 'it' food according to at least one pop star

Like any good millennial, there are a few things I enjoy: #catsofInstagram, '90s nostalgia, and the overwhelming sense of entitlement that comes with contributing to the demise of entire industries, like soap. But if there's a stereotypical millennial trait I identify with most,

'Truth isn't truth': Giuliani coins perfect phrase for the internet nightmare that is 2018

Another day, another Trump aide gaslighting the American public.The latest: Rudy Giuliani's declaration Sunday that "truth isn't truth," which is mind-numbingly WTF and yet somehow perfect for our post-"fake news" era.SEE ALSO:

No, you can't just text your last will and testament to someone, court rules

Dear friends and family: If you've ever gotten a drunken text from me about one day owning my prized possessions when I'm outta here, unfortunately, that's all null and void. According to a recent ruling from a French court,

'Crazy Rich Asians' absolutely dominated its first week at the box office

There's yet another reason to celebrate the historic release of Crazy Rich Asians. Not only is it the first studio film in over 25 years to star an all-Asian cast, but in the five days that Crazy Rich Asians has been in theaters,

Jack Dorsey says Twitter's 'left-leaning' bias doesn't affect content decisions

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is still trying to convince conservatives that his service treats them fairly.Speaking to CNN's Brian Stelter in an interview that aired Saturday,

Rio Police Fire Live Rounds at World Cup Protest

SAO PAULO, Brazil — Witnesses in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro say police fired live rounds in two separate incidents at Sunday's anti-World Cup protest, held approximately one mile from the city's famous Maracanã stadium during a match between Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Move Over, Siri; Domino's 'Dom' Really Delivers

Domino's added a virtual assistant feature that brings Siri-like functionality to its iOS and Android apps Monday.The feature, nicknamed "Dom," allows users to browse the menu and add items to their cart by speaking to the app.See also:

Harrison Ford's Injury May Keep Him Out of 'Star Wars' for 8 Weeks

"I got a bad feeling about this," Han Solo said several times, first in the trash compactor scene in Star Wars. It's a phrase Harrison Ford could reuse right now, as his ankle injury appears to be quite serious.The injury the Han Solo actor sustained Thursday on the set of Star Wars:




2012年毕业的工程学学士John Ginger正与搭档Matt Screeton一起开发一款寓教与乐的机器人Robotiky,借此以激发儿童兴趣,学习编程以及机器人科学。

These Smart Bike Lights Permanently Mount To Your Posts

What is the deal with bike lights? They're super necessary and, almost across the board, a total pain in the ass. Can a rechargeable pair that's permanently mounted to your ride alleviate some of the bummers, like being a total theft target and perennially burnt out batteries?

三星推出 SIMBAND 可穿戴健康设备参考平台

分类: 佩戴产品, 健康产品在昨晚举行的「Voice of the Body」发布会上,三星推出了一个名为 SIMBAND 的全新模块话可穿戴健康设备参考平台,希望藉此来推进健身产品的发展。



What the World Is Doing to Fight the Islamic State

In recent weeks, several countries have committed to the fight against the Islamic State, the brutal militant group which has cut a bloody path through Syria and Iraq.See also: Why the Islamic State Is Scarier Than al-Qaeda in IraqIn a savage campaign, the group has executed security forces,

Thanks To A Partnership With Gimbal, Urban Airship’s Push Notifications Get Smarter About Location

Push notification company Urban Airship is announcing a partnership with Gimbal, the beacon technology company that spun out of Qualcomm earlier this year.The end result, according to Urban Airship CMO Brent Hieggelke (who answered my questions via email),

Computer Scientist Parachutes From 135,908 Feet, Breaking Record

An anonymous reader writes: The NY Times reports that Alan Eustace, a computer scientist and senior VP at Google, has successfully broken the record for highest freefall jump, set by Felix Baumgartner in 2012. "For a little over two hours, the balloon ascended at speeds up to 1,

Live From Samsung’s CES 2015 Press Conference

Phones! TVs! Washing machines! Fridges! Tablets, probably! Samsung makes everything, and CES is the South Korean company’s version of Christmas morning. That said, we have an excessive team of TechCrunchers covering the event, complete with the very live blog you’re reading right now.

Here Are NASA's Plans to Send a Submarine to Titan

If we're ever going to explore the only celestial body in our solar system with surface bodies of liquid, we're going to need a sea-worthy vehicle. Luckily, NASA is all over the niche space submarine market. Read more...

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