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Siri Co-Founder Adam Cheyer Left Apple in June

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Another former Siri executive has left Apple. Adam Cheyer, who co-founded the voice recognition software company prior to its acquisition by Apple in 2008, has left the iPhone maker. Sources in position to know tell AllThingsD that Cheyer resigned back in June to pursue other projects. Cheyer is the second...
Siri Co-Founder Adam Cheyer Left Apple in June

Apple lands in Chinese court to battle Siri patent suit

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With a pre-trial hearing today, the case pits Apple against Zhizhen Network Technology, which claims a patent for the voice recognition software used by Siri. [Read more]...
Apple lands in Chinese court to battle Siri patent suit

Here's What's New With iPods And iTunes (AAPL)

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Apple showed off revamped iPods and a soon-to-arrive new version of iTunes today. The company has left almost nothing in its music products unchanged. Here's the breakdown on what's new: The iPod Touch It will come in five colors. It has the same taller 4-inch screen as the iPhone 5....
Here's What's New With iPods And iTunes (AAPL)

Regional Carrier Cites Prestige as Reason to Offer iPhone

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GigaOM recently spoke with Pat Riordan, CEO of Wisconsin-based regional carrier Cellcom, about his company's decision to begin offering the iPhone this past April, with Riordan noting that the decision was made primarily for the prestige factor rather a specific attempt to increase the carrier's customer base. The move was...
Regional Carrier Cites Prestige as Reason to Offer iPhone

Apple Fires Back in Lawsuit over Siri’s Performance

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Apple Inc. is defending its voice-recognition software Siri -- she of the iPhone 4S -- against claims that it doesn't perform as advertised....
Apple Fires Back in Lawsuit over Siri’s Performance

Nuance Wintermute hands-on: a cross-platform, cloud-based personal assistant

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It's becoming increasingly clear that the next wave of mobile computing is going to be voice driven. Mobile assistants like Siri and Google Now are garnering plenty of media attention and earning legions of fans. Nuance, the company behind Dragon -- often cited as the gold standard in voice...
Nuance Wintermute hands-on: a cross-platform, cloud-based personal assistant

Apple's Siri added to the Chevrolet Sonic and Spark through MyLink integration

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Chevrolet has revealed that the 2013 versions of its Sonic and Spark vehicles have been updated today to support Apple’s Siri personal assistant through its exclusive MyLink software. Provided they’re running iOS 6, car owners will be able to make voice-activated, hands-free calls to contacts listed on their iPhone, as well...
Apple's Siri added to the Chevrolet Sonic and Spark through MyLink integration

KatieCam: What's On Nuance CEO Paul Ricci's Bookshelf (Video)

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Paul Ricci, chairman and CEO of Nuance, confirmed at D11 today that Nuance’s voice recognition software is one of the foundational parts of Apple’s mobile personal assistant, Siri. But he didn’t need a digital intermediary (well, other than that microphone) to talk to our own Katie Boehret about his summer...
KatieCam: What's On Nuance CEO Paul Ricci's Bookshelf (Video)

Apple's Next iPhone Might Be Unlockable By The Owner's Fingerprint

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The end of the smartphone passcode could be at hand, if technology companies have their way. Apple is said to be planning to introduce an iPhone that can be unlocked by the owner's fingerprint, while other manufacturers are thought to be experimenting with iris scanning and voice recognition. Speculation about...
Apple's Next iPhone Might Be Unlockable By The Owner's Fingerprint
Google treads on Siri's ground with new iOS Search app

Laurene Powell Jobs Spotted Next to Chelsea Clinton at Democratic National Convention

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Laurene Powell Jobs (left) sitting next to Chelsea Clinton -- Image via @joelagro67 Laurene Powell Jobs, the newest nominee to Stanford University's Board of Trustees, was spotted at the Democratic National Convention sitting next to former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton -- prime seating on a night when Clinton's father, former...
Laurene Powell Jobs Spotted Next to Chelsea Clinton at Democratic National Convention
'iPhone 5′ is already for sale in China

BII REPORT: How Amazon Is Trying To Create A Huge Mobile Business (AMZN)

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U.S. mobile commerce is expected to hit $10 billion this year, up from $6 billion in 2010. Amazon, as a leading ecommerce site, is set to grab a big chunk of that. But when it comes to mobile, Amazon's ambitions are anything but limited to ecommerce.  Recent reports from BI...
BII REPORT: How Amazon Is Trying To Create A Huge Mobile Business (AMZN)

New Photos Show Details of Alleged 'iPad Mini' Rear Shell

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A number of photos of the rear shell of the "iPad mini", both alleged actual parts and physical mockups, have been leaking in recent weeks, but a Nowhereelse.fr points to a new set [Google translation] at Chinese site NetEase showing in fairly good detail both the interior and exterior of...
New Photos Show Details of Alleged 'iPad Mini' Rear Shell
Holler wants to be the voice layer of your apps
LG renames Quick Voice tool 'Q Voice' with English version set for early 2013

Eavesdropping 2.0: Samsung, Intel and Telefonica invest in voice recognition tech that anticipates your every need

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Human machine interaction -- the term sounds so clinical, yet it's the most important relationship we need to foster in the 21st century. Which is why the venture arms of Samsung, Intel and Spanish telco Telefonica have sunk considerable funding into Expect Labs' voice recognition software, an investment the...
Eavesdropping 2.0: Samsung, Intel and Telefonica invest in voice recognition tech that anticipates your every need

Would You Talk To An Ad On Your Smartphone?

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Just looking at ads is bad enough, so who would want to talk to them? While many people would likely answer "no one," voice-recognition software maker Nuance says the opposite is true. What Is A Voice Ad? Wanting in on the booming mobile ad market, Nuance developed a way for people to...
Would You Talk To An Ad On Your Smartphone?
Human Beings FTW: How Tech Companies Are Rediscovering the Power of Real People

A dozen things to do with a Raspberry Pi

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From keeping tabs on your baby to brewing your own beer, here's a dozen DIY jobs for a Raspberry computerIn a world of polished computers, the Raspberry Pi has arrived to remind us that, with nothing more than time, patience and an exposed circuit board, you can create almost anything....
A dozen things to do with a Raspberry Pi
Say hello to Nina: Nuance's Siri-like assistant for iOS and Android apps

Deal: Dragon Naturally Speaking 3 for $100 (50% off)

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The deal of the day at 9to5Toys.com today is Dragon Dictate 3 for Mac for $100. That’s half off and the lowest price we’ve seen (and $21 off Amazon’s price). Dragon uses the same Nuance recognition that Apple uses in Mountain Lion but adds all kinds of extras as...
Deal: Dragon Naturally Speaking 3 for $100 (50% off)

Let your voice do the work with Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 [VB Store]

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This sponsored post is produced by StackSocial. This VentureBeat offer offers the top voice recognition software out on the market – Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 — and for 50% off the regular price…just $100! Now that Dictation is part of the latest Mac OS, you can do a...
Let your voice do the work with Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 [VB Store]

Crave giveaway: Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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Are you and your hands tired of typing? This week's prize, a copy of Nuance's Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 voice recognition software, gives you a break. [Read more]...
Crave giveaway: Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12
People Are Going To Start Talking To Ads On Their Phone

Vapps Alums Raise $1.5 Million for OneTok, an App Platform With Siri Integration

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Thanks to Siri, you can talk to your phone. With OneTok, you’ll be able to talk to your apps. OneTok, a stealth mode platform created by the founders of Vapps, will allow app developers to integrate Apple’s Siri voice recognition software into their offerings. The New-York based company has raised...
Vapps Alums Raise $1.5 Million for OneTok, an App Platform With Siri Integration

Exclusive: Apple Nabs Amazon A9 Exec Stasior to Run Siri -- But Does Hire Signal a Bigger Move Into Search?

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Apple has hired major Amazon exec and prominent search technologist William Stasior to run its Siri unit, according to sources. At the online retail giant, Stasior has been in charge of A9, Amazon’s search and search advertising unit. The former AltaVista exec co-founded the independent company and has run...
Exclusive: Apple Nabs Amazon A9 Exec Stasior to Run Siri -- But Does Hire Signal a Bigger Move Into Search?

Meet The Man Now In Charge Of Siri: Bill Stasior (AAPL, AMZN, GOOG)

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Expect to hear a lot more about Bill Stasior, the executive Apple just hired away from Amazon to fix its Siri voice-recognition service. Stasior ran one of Amazon's stealthiest businesses--its A9 search and advertising unit. While A9's headquarters loom over downtown Palo Alto, Calif. and it's been hiring search and...
Meet The Man Now In Charge Of Siri: Bill Stasior (AAPL, AMZN, GOOG)

Here's Why Toyota Execs Are Cautious About Working With Apple (AAPL, TM)

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The next big Internet device is your car, says Zack Hicks, Toyota's top technology executive in North America. But don't look for Apple to be a massive part of that anytime soon. Apple has been working with car makers to get them to put its tech in their vehicles. In...
Here's Why Toyota Execs Are Cautious About Working With Apple (AAPL, TM)

Apple ‘iTV’ details emerge from source claiming to have seen a prototype

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Apple’s upcoming high-definition television is real, and it will reportedly feature an aluminum construction, Siri, FaceTime video calling and more. An anonymous source speaking with Cult of Mac claims to have seen a prototype of Apple’s upcoming “iTV” in action, and a number of details have been reinforced as...
Apple ‘iTV’ details emerge from source claiming to have seen a prototype
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