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The Android faithful start getting excited as more new details come to light for Google's rebuttal to Siri.
Google is reported to be using a nifty Star Trek in-joke as a codename for a Siri competitor, known as Majel.
Report says a new Google voice assistant would accept natural language commands, similar to Apple's Siri, and could arrive on Android devices early next year.
Roddenberry Entertainment partners with Wikia to launch a portal for "Star Trek" fans with images and audio from the Roddenberry family's personal files.
The iconic TV series has its own doodle, complete with interactive elements and authentic animations.
Although we could be at least a half year away from an announcement, it's never too early to start wishing for features.
The search giant is said to be working on a voice-enabled task software known simply as "Assistant" that might launch by year's end.
The search giant is said to be preparing a Siri rival that'll be open to developers and work in different apps.
The ad touting Siri as a do-it-all personal assistant wasn't misleading, the ASA has ruled.
Microsoft's mobile OS already includes its own voice recognition feature called TellMe, but the new Ask Ziggy is developer Shai Leib's attempt to bring voice assistance to a higher level.