Siri has come a long way since her first appearance on the iPhone 4S in 2011. We know she can make appointments and give directions, did you know she can make you laugh too? If you want proof, here are lots of funny questions to ask Siri.
This year's results are in for Loup Ventures' annual Smart Speaker IQ test. The test measures how well the digital voice assistant employed by each smart speaker understands and answers 800 questions in five categories.
Your voice assistant may not be as safe as you think it is. According to researchers in Germany, the Alexas, Siris, and Assistants of the world can be hacked with manipulated audio files that hide hidden commands.
In this virtual assistant comparison, we examine how they're becoming an important part of our lives. So how do Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri stack up against one another when it comes to features and voice recognition?
From adding items to your grocery list to setting alarms, here are 18 of the best Apple HomePod tips and tricks to help you take your HomePod from a boring smart speaker to an awesome gadget you can't live without.
Alexa was never a top-10 U.S. baby girl name, but now, after Amazon used the name for the Echo smart speaker voice assistant, even fewer parents choose it for their newborns. Siri as a baby name is also on the decline.
Per a new report from Apple Insider, there is an NBA on TNT ad that features the phrase, "Don't wanna miss out? Hey Siri, show me the NBA schedule," which triggers the HomePod, much to the user's chagrin.
Cortana, Microsoft's digital voice assistant, is one of the biggest additions to Windows 10. Like Siri on the iPhone, Cortana gives you access to all sorts of different hands-free features. Here's a handy guide on how to set up and use…
Apple's digital assistant launched before Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant, but it's fallen behind in terms of usability and features. The tech giant is hoping its latest hire of a well-respected A.I. expert will change that.
It would appear that the Apple is looking to hire tons and tons of bright minds to work on Siri, with a total of 161 positions listed as of the end of March. But Amazon is hiring four times as many folks for Alexa.
Apple has embarked on a major recruitment drive in recent months to bolster its team of engineers working on Siri. The company recently listed more than 160 positions in a single day, most of them based at its California HQ.