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Sources Say Amazon Acquired Siri-Like Evi App For $26M - Is A Smartphone Coming?
Apple rejected this app because it is too much like Siri
Sources: Apple not pulling Evi app, working with developers to avoid confusion

Amazon Acquires Siri-Challenger 'Evi' for $26 Million?

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TechCrunch is reporting that Amazon has acquired Evi, a natural language search platform that is similar to Apple's Siri, for $26 million. The Evi app was originally posted on the App Store but Apple had threatened to remove because of similarities to Siri, but later said it would "work with"...
Amazon Acquires Siri-Challenger 'Evi' for $26 Million?

Siri pretender Evi has been downloaded 200k times, but can’t handle the server load

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According to a report by TechCrunch, a company behind an app called Evi has woken up the sleeping giant that is Apple. The app is extremely similar to Apple’s Siri product, complete with artificial intelligence and lady-like voice. The company behind the iOS app is natural language search engine True...
Siri pretender Evi has been downloaded 200k times, but can’t handle the server load

Apple's Siri has a new British rival – meet Evi

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Cambridge firm True Knowledge outsmarts tech giant with phone assistant that copes with variety of UK accentsSiri, the talking personal assistant that became an instant hit on the iPhone, now has a British rival called Evi.Impersonated by Robin Williams on chatshows and described by Google's former chief Eric Schmidt as...
Apple's Siri has a new British rival – meet Evi

Stay of Execution — Evi May Stay In App Store If It Doesn’t Look Like Siri

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Only yesterday we reported that Evi, a new iPhone (iTunes link) and Android app (link) which was incredibly Siri-like – and some say it’s better – had gotten a call from Apple that it was about to be pulled from the App store. Why? For being – as far as...
Stay of Execution — Evi May Stay In App Store If It Doesn’t Look Like Siri

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Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time

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This week games and art applications dominated the paid app charts. OMGPOP led the paid iPhone charts with the add-free version of its social drawing game, Draw Something, but the 10-in-one arcade collection Midway Arcade also made a strong debut this week, taking the No. 3 spot on the iPhone...
Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time
Apple rejected this Android app because it is too much like Siri

Apple threatens to pull Evi due to similarities with Siri, but what about competition?

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True Knowledge, the brains behind a popular Siri alternative for iOS devices, received a note from Apple saying the company will shoot down the popular 99 cent download from its mobile bazaar. According to TechCrunch, on Friday evening True Knowledge had a call from an Apple representative who informed them...
Apple threatens to pull Evi due to similarities with Siri, but what about competition?

Apple threatens to pull Siri rival Evi from App Store

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UK developer told that Evi speech analysis app will be removed from App Store as 'confusingly similar' to SiriA Cambridge company whose Evi app can do many of the same functions as Apple's voice-operated Siri system has been warned that it will be removed from the App Store – because,...
Apple threatens to pull Siri rival Evi from App Store

Amazon reportedly buys Siri-like voice control app

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Amazon has acquired a voice recognition app (and the company that created it) for $26 million, according to sources speaking to TechCrunch Wednesday. Evi, a Siri-like app that runs on both Android and iPhone, was reportedly bought by Amazon late last year and joins Amazon’s portfolio with another voice...
Amazon reportedly buys Siri-like voice control app

Boot up: Evi saved?, improving Android, making money, the patent mess and more

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Plus be careful what you link to, the Android radar and moreA quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamSources: Apple not pulling Evi app, working with developers to avoid confusion >> The VergeDespite what True Knowledge told TechCrunch, the app remains...
Boot up: Evi saved?, improving Android, making money, the patent mess and more

Siri’s Nemesis Evi Relaunches, Recruits Berkowitz From Wolfram Alpha, Opens US Office

techcrunch.com
We saw what happened yesterday with the Siri announcements from Apple. Clearly they see it as core to their strategy and its deep integration inside iOS reflects its increasing importance. Plenty of other players see the importance of voice-driven Q&A-plus-actions and a few attempts are roaming around on Android, such...
Siri’s Nemesis Evi Relaunches, Recruits Berkowitz From Wolfram Alpha, Opens US Office

Apple 'Working With' True Knowledge to Address Concerns Over Evi's Similarities to Siri

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Last month, we reported on Evi, an app from True Knowledge that offered some of the same features as Apple's Siri. While Evi lacks the system-level integration of Siri on the iPhone 4S, it does offer greater information content and expanded device compatibility. TechCrunch reported yesterday that Apple has now...
Apple 'Working With' True Knowledge to Address Concerns Over Evi's Similarities to Siri

Knowledge Quest: The Facts From True Knowledge's CEO

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Knowledge Quest: The Facts From True Knowledge's CEO

Apple Prepares To Pull Evi From App Store. Did It Slap-Down Siri?

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Last month we reported on the launch of Evi, a new iPhone (iTunes link) and Android app (link) which was very Siri-like in its capabilities. Maybe it was too good at acting like Siri? Yes, Evi can’t do Siri’s trick of adding things to your iPhone Calendar or hook into...
Apple Prepares To Pull Evi From App Store. Did It Slap-Down Siri?
How Evi spent a weekend in App Store limbo
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