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Apple Siri Versus Google Jelly Bean: Voice Search Showdown

Google Jelly Bean on a Galaxy Nexus bests Apple's Siri on iOS in our mobile voice search face-off.

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Why You Should Be Excited About iOS 6

Now that we know what's in store for the next major release of Apple's iOS, let's take a look at why business users should look forward to iOS 6.

Siri Will Shake Up Apple's iPad Line

A voice-enabled new iPad will create a feature delta between earlier models that could impact pricing.

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TechHive: Apple WWDC 2012--The Major Announcements

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Announced today: iOS 6, new MacBooks, a next-gen MacBook Pro, new features in the Mountain Lion OS, a new version of Safari, and more. Here are the details.

5 'Evil Siri' Videos That May Make You Chuckle

This genre imagines the dark side of Siri, nodding to the Terminator mentality that someday the world really be taken over by computers. Even iPhone fans may laugh.

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Tech's Biggest Flops of 2012 (So Far)

The tech world moves so fast that you've probably forgotten about at least some of the big flops that have already happened this year. Here's a quick rundown to keep you in the loop.

Robots in Cars Could Beckon Brave New Technology World

The major car companies -- including Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Ford, GM, Mercedes, Volkswagen and Volvo -- all have advanced self-driving car projects in the works, as does Google, many universities and even the Pentagon.

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Apple iOS Devices Have Trouble Gaining Confidence of Some IT Security Pros

Despite calls for more information about how Apple stores and analyzes the voice data it may be collecting through its Siri feature, Apple hasn't offered much explanation.

Siri 'Lite' May Surface in Mountain Lion

A voice dictation feature is planned for the next update of Apple's iOS, effectively bringing some features of the iPhone's Siri to Macs.

Is Siri Spying On You?

IBM has banned the use of Siri by employees over privacy concerns, but the policies employed by Apple are not really any different than the rest of the Internet and tech world.

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