It seems that more and more parents are turning to Apple to find inspiration for naming their newborns.
This digital assistant app, popular in Spain and Latin America, is rolling out in the U.S. today. Will it give Siri a run for its money?
A new patent application provides a peek at features that could be on their way to Apple's popular voice assistant, Siri.
While Siri isn't the first voice-command service, it certainly is the most popular. A lot of rivals, however, have raised their games at CES.
If you do not have an iPhone 4S, Apple says Siri is not for you. A new, Apple-implemented connection requirement has stymied third-party Siri servers that have attempted to bring the popular voice recognition assistant to older iPhones.
The Cupertino, Calif., electronics maker plans to release a feature in iOS 8 that identifies a song and its artist via an iPhone or iPad, Bloomberg reports.
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A dad builds out a site to help name his baby daughter. Now she's born and the official name has been unveiled. And it's actually not weird at all.
The search giant is reportedly looking to expand the functions of its Google Now digital assistant, allowing it to search through financial or inventory data for companies.
According to a new rumor, Siri may gain support for Japanese, Mandarin, and Russian as early as next month.