The Chinese version of Siri has apparently been very naughty indeed, telling people where they can find hookers when asked. But no more, as Apple blocks certain search terms after outcry from iPhone users.
Talking to your phone is the wave of the future, and Google doesn't intend to be left in the dust. Could the company leapfrog Apple's Siri with Google Now and finally establish Android as the premier mobile platform?
Google's Knowledge Engine tries to smartly connect information on the Web to search queries based on deeper meanings. Is it another sign of a revolution in search, or another case of looking at the world through Google-colored glasses?