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How to talk to Siri

Given recent PR battles that Apple has been having with regard to Siri's search results, here are some basic syntax tips for talking to Siri that can help improve your search results and the impact Siri has on your iPhone 4S experience.

By December 5, 2011

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Algorithm spots sarcasm--suuuuure it does

After a close look at word, syntax, and punctuation patterns in user-generated content, Hebrew University researchers come up with software that can detect sarcasm in online communication.

By May 18, 2010

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Sakar acquires Vivitar brand and IP

Consumer electronics maker picks up the brand name and intellectual property from Syntax-Brillian in a move to expand into the midrange digital-camera market.

By August 25, 2008

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Maker of Olevia LCD TVs files for bankruptcy

Syntax-Brillian ceases its TV manufacturing operations and plans to sell its Vivitar digital camera unit.

By July 8, 2008

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Budget TV makers Syntax, Brillian merge

Can two small TV companies turn into one giant one? Syntax and Brillian sure hope so.

By July 13, 2005

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Syntax gains TV market share

Relative newcomer to LCD TV market is behind Sharp and Panasonic in terms of shipments to retailers, according to research firm iSuppli.

By April 19, 2005

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Syntax unveils new TVs

Trying to carve out a niche in the low-end of the fancy TV market, Syntax unveils product line on eve of CES.

By January 4, 2005

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Syntax releases latest LCD TVs

Company to sell 32-inch and 37-inch sets.

By November 19, 2004

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Short: Borland is shipping IntraBuilder

Borland International is shipping its new IntraBuilder rapid application development tools for building database applications that run on Web servers. The product may be evaluated free of charge for 30 days by downloading it from the company's Web site or from Netscape Communications' home page during the week of October 21. The IntraBuilder, which lets developers use Netscape's JavaScript while shielding them from the language's complex syntax, retails for $99.95. A version for database and Web developers is $499.95, with a client-server version scheduled to ship later this year for $1,995.

By September 25, 1996