More Proof That Siri Is Intended to Be A Google Killer
The backlash was inevitable. Siri has had a bit of an image problem this past week. Just like all technology propelled by the tailwinds of hype, it hit the inevitable wall of tech punditry. Siri And The iPhone’s Physical Keyboard Siri And The iPhone’s Physical Keyboard

How to Get a Siri-Like Personal Assistant on Your Android Phone for Free

If you watched last week's iPhone 4S announcement with your Android phone and went a little green with envy when Siri, iOS's new voice-recognizing personal assistant, was announced and demoed on stage, buck up. You've got a lot of great voice recognition apps to choose from on Android that can help you keep up with friends, look up the weather, find local businesses, and more. Here are a look at your options. If you haven't looked into voice recognition apps on Android before, you may be surprised at how many applications get the job done. None of the apps currently available for Android are quite as well integrated with the OS as Siri is be with iOS (sorry), but some of them come closer than others, and you can bet that all of them will be updated and improved now that Siri is available for iOS. Best of all, they're all free. How to Get a Siri-Like Personal Assistant on Your Android Phone for Free
Siri is the most useful thing I’ve seen so far this year. But after playing with it, getting an interview with its CEO (video here on building43) it’s even more important for you to pay attention to. It is the best example of what the web will be. Let’s go back. Web 1994 was the “get me a domain and a page” era. Web 2000 was the “make my page(s) interactive and put people on it” era.

Why if you miss Siri you’ll miss the future of the Web

Why if you miss Siri you’ll miss the future of the Web

Applidium has shown to break Siri and bring it to other devices. One guy wrote a program to control his home's thermostat with Siri. (thermostat is on wif-fi) by kanishk Nov 24

I'm sure siri will not available for ipad 2.. by ndrandrandra Nov 24

Siri is for iPhone 4S only officially. However there was a news few days ago that someone broke it's security protocol and can bring it into other devices, even Android based too. I'm not on a try that though for iPad 2. by kanishk Nov 21

I thought siri wont be added to the ipad 2 because, it sames like killing the selling of the i4S right? by ndrandrandra Nov 21

Have you figured out yet how this system works? I sure haven't. by douglasgrendahl Nov 19

I don't know, it's the first time I enter to this place... by robertcasement Nov 19