- Here’s what Siri would have been like on MS-DOS in 1987 . . .
Siri — Here’s what Siri would have been like on MS-DOS in 1987 Siri, format C: Samuel Axon - Feb 13, 2018 1:49 pm UTC
- iPhone’s weirdest glitch yet: Ask Siri to define “mother . . .
Apple's Siri voice navigation service has been criticized for various content issues over the years, including lackluster language support and emergency comprehension In terms of robo-voice services going weirdly awry, on the other hand, the only recent example we have is when when Amazon's line of Echo products began creepily laughing for no
- I Asked Apple for All My Data. Heres What Was Sent Back . . .
"I asked Apple to give me all the data it's collected on me since I first became a customer in 2010," writes the security editor for ZDNet, "with the purchase of my first iPhone "
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Like abiogenesis in the primordial soup, sometimes the conditions all have to align for a technology to become usable by the general public — samuel axon, Ars Technica, "Here’s what Siri would have been like on MS-DOS in 1987," 13 Feb 2018
- Usable | Definition of Usable by Merriam-Webster
In February, a lethal injection team there spent hours poking the condemned killer's arms, legs and groin to find a usable vein before ultimately giving up as the midnight deadline approached