Apple 'sues China govt body, firm over Siri': report
US technology giant Apple is suing a Chinese government agency and a domestic company over patent rights for its "Siri" personal assistant, the official Xinhua news agency said Monday.
QuadStick controller says Go for quadriplegic gamers
Study on the accuracy of voice votes finds that loud voices can skew results
The louder the voice, the cloudier the choice: So says research led by the University of Iowa, which found that a single loud voice can skew the result of voice votes, a common decision-making feature in ...
Intel wants Jarvis to serve you answers without the cloud
Wells Fargo tests voice-recognition mobile technology
Imagine picking up your phone and being able to ask, "How much did I spend at restaurants last month?"
Philippines allows phone use on planes
The Philippines' civil aviation authority said Tuesday it would allow passengers to use mobile phones and laptops to make calls and access the Internet during flights.
Agencies differ on allowing in-flight phone calls (Update)
Just because it is safe to use cellphones on a plane, it does not mean that passengers should call just to say hello.
AP-GfK poll: Strong opposition to in-flight calls
As federal regulators consider removing a decades-old prohibition on making phone calls on planes, a majority of Americans who fly oppose such a change, a new Associated Press-GfK poll finds.
If gov't backs in-flight calls, will the airlines?
The Federal Communications Commission might be ready to permit cellphone calls in flight. But what about the airlines?
Review: Xbox One a great game player—and more
What is the Xbox One? If you're a video-game aficionado, you know the answer: It's Microsoft's latest game console, and it arrives in North America and Europe on Friday. To gamers, Xbox means cutting-edge ...
Biometrics researchers see world without passwords (Update)
Some Purdue University researchers are working on technology that could see all those passwords that computer users must punch in replaced with steps such as iris and fingerprint scans.
Xbox, can you hear me now? One requires repetition (Update)
Like a stubborn family member or insubordinate employee, Xbox One owners might need to tell their fancy new console what to do more than once.
Google expands sales of Internet-connected glasses (Update)
Google is relying on a little social networking to put its Internet-connected glasses on the heads of more people.
Voice of Siri steps forward
Oh Siri, now we really know you.