Might as well ask the cat, implies new study
Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana offered first aid advice which was so bad they might as well have suggested a course of leeches, a study has suggested.
People talking to robots not people
Sales of devices that talk to you, switch off your lights, lock your door and regulate how hot and cold you get will show increased growth between now and 2023.
Privacy, Apple has heard of it and lectures others upon it
The Irish Examiner has discovered the extent of how much Apple was invading the privacy of fanboys.
Now that everyone has found out about it
Fruity cargo cult Apple, which spends rather a lot of time telling off other companies over privacy issues, has agreed to stop its contractors listening in to users conversations until everyone forgets it was doing it and permits it.
Contractors have a good laugh about your accent
While Apple has been at the forefront of lecturing other companies about privacy it seems to have forgotten that it recorded customer conversations to its outside contractors.
Credit Suisse says iPhone sales will drop 12 percent
Beancounters at Credit Suisse have predicted an even darker year for the fruity cargo-cult Apple with iPhone sales expected to decline 12.4 percent this year after last year's 3.2 percent drop.
And the US locked up the kid for talking about it
A 13-year-old boy visiting family in Indiana has been charged with "intimidation” after asking Siri how to shoot up a school.
I have several jobs that pay more in your area
The Apple executive who led the Siri team since 2012 has been removed as head of the project in a sweeping strategy shift.
Fanboys will believe anything
Apple’s AI has been encouraging its fanboys to believe debunked conspiracy theories and fake news.
A spy in your house
For two years, researchers in China and the United States have begun demonstrating that they can send hidden commands that are undetectable to the human ear to Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant.