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Apple's iPhone 4S Magic: Siri
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Razor
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Razor,
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10/6/2011 | 1:11:41 PM
re: Apple's iPhone 4S Magic: Siri
I'm not optimistic. Maybe talking to your phone will be a huge hit, but I think most folks'll feel even snobbier than wearing a bluetooth headset in public.

Time will tell . . .
Antypant
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10/5/2011 | 4:58:54 PM
re: Apple's iPhone 4S Magic: Siri
At first rumor I wasn't too excited about the new "voice recognition" capabilities.
From what I've learned so far, being unkeen has definitely been flipped over.
If Siri really is what it's described to be, then I am one highly impressed and proud customer.

It just seems like it could be a huge step in smartphone user experience, even though the 4S doesn't seem to be the surprise everyone was waiting for.
JBURT000
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10/5/2011 | 3:45:32 PM
re: Apple's iPhone 4S Magic: Siri
We're seeing the introduction of supercomputer enabled AI. The web will be data for this computational manifold. It'll be digested and then reorganized.


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