BLACKM00NSTUDIOS re-edited the photo zoom sequence from Blade Runner, imagining that the Esper machine was built with today’s tech. Given the fact that the story takes place in 2019, we’ve got a lot of work to do.
When he’s not being annoyed by his children, or providing life hacks, Vine user RED 6 tries to be productive using Siri. Unfortunately, his phone’s OS has a different idea, and berates him incessantly instead. Perhaps iOS 8 will fix this.
Apple is set to announce something this week, but we’re not sure a TV is a certainty. Here’s just a few reasons that Siri on a TV might not be the brightest idea. And yes, the misspelling is intentional.
The iPhone 4S virtual assistant Siri sure is smart. Maybe too smart for it’s our own good. To be fair, that dude who crashed his car deserved it. GPS is nice and all, but we still have to use our eyes.
With all the buzz about Apple’s Siri, Microsoft didn’t want us to forget that they have a similar technology in Windows Phone called “TellMe”. Here techAU puts the two to the test – with hilarious results.
(NSFW: Language) Okay, we shouldn’t expect the iPhone 4S Siri “intelligent assistant” to be able to understand a thick Japanese accent like this guy’s, but the resulting dialog is too funny not to share.