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Queen Latifah Reveals the Voice Behind Siri

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October 23, 2013
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This week marks the start of Siri's rollout on the road. Chevy's Volt is the first vehicle to feature an "eyes free" version of the voice technology. And she's set to come standard in every 2014 model from GM, Honda and BMW. Recently, we met the real-life woman behind the voice of apple's notorious iPhone companion, who shared some insight into her infamous attitude. As guest on The Queen Latifah Show, Susan Bennett acknowledged that her know-it-all alter-ego is well known for her scrappy sarcasm.


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Siri's Secrets: Apple Keeps Data for 2 Years

Siri's Secrets: Apple Keeps Data for 2 Years

Newsy (Apr. 19, 2013) — Apple has explained it stores all Siri queries in a semi-anonymized format.
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Microsoft's First Windows 8.1 Smartphone: The Nokia Lumia 635

Microsoft's First Windows 8.1 Smartphone: The Nokia Lumia 635

TheStreet (July 15, 2014) — The Nokia Lumia 635 is a successor to 2013's super-popular Lumia 620 model. This new handset is an improvement in nearly every way. Microsoft's first release has a great-looking 4.5-inch touchscreen, a speedy quad-core Qualcomm 400 processor, a new, squared-off design and its the first device to run on Windows Phone 8.1. The new operating system improves many things, most important of which were the long-standing complaints about short battery life. When put to the test, the new Windows phone provided more than a day of heavy use on a full charge. There is also Cortana. Think of it as Microsoft's version of the "OK Google" or Siri. TheStreet's Technology Contributor Gary Krakow has details. Video provided by TheStreet
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Apple Looks For Leg Up On Microsoft With 'Siri For Mac'

Apple Looks For Leg Up On Microsoft With 'Siri For Mac'

Newsy (Aug. 11, 2014) — Apple looks to bring a Siri-like assistant to OSX, and that might help it get in on the desktop virtual-assistant game before Microsoft does. Video provided by Newsy
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