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Say hello to Evi.Evi is the revolutionary artificial intelligence here to help with all of your everyday information needs. Evis app is free to...
Hello, I'm Evi.I'm a computerised assistant that you can talk to in plain English. When you ask me a question I can understand it and give a direct...
Meet and date six virtual girls.
Application for network communication with EVI HEAT Heat Pumps: GeoSun I, GeoSun II and GeO.EVI HEAT Connect provides :- Possibility to adjust...
Featured in "New & Noteworthy" Productivity apps in the App Store for iPhone - January 2011 Use your voice to command your iPhone! Evie is a...
Fight as Gandalf the Grey and defeat the evil forces.
Take your child to space and beyond with Evie & Ozzy!
Match three and more spheres to unlock new powers and defeat evil creatures.
With eviShine App, you can follow your energy generation (e.g. solar panels, heat pumps, windmills) and energy consumption (e.g. electricity,...
Do you want to help the girl to choose the outfit for a party?
Unique abilities lend the twin her own play style and lethal approach in Victorian London.
It seems Siri doesn't want to compete for attention. The powers that be at Apple are looking to jettison voice assistant Evi from the App Store, says the app's developer.
The rumor this week is that Amazon has purchased a maker of an app similar to Apple's Siri. Therefore, it must be planning a phone, right? Calm down, says Crave's Eric Mack.
An end to the guiding principle of chip development would come with a whimper, not a bang. That would give us time to prepare -- and to make improvements in other areas.
A car-focused voice-response personal assistant will help you get where you're going, find parking, and read you sports scores while you're in traffic.
The iPad 3 event is confirmed, but that's old news, so we discuss the impending release of the Samsung Galaxy S III, and two weird Google patents that are either innovative or derivative, depending upon your mood.
It's the electric car gold rush. Everybody's making one!
Obama may be reluctant to lend a helping hand, but the lithium car battery specialist has a proposed solution: joining forces with one of the Detroit powerhouses.
Apple has cut itself off at the knees. Opening its source would resolve the issue.