Sources: Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Google Finance
quote: A few of my friends are jumping ship as soon as the iPhone goes to Sprint.
quote: Having friends with people who need to have their life experience validated by a popular smartphone? Nah Brandon you have it all wrong, THAT would make me shallow :)
quote: Judging people...
quote: Not Shallow™
quote: excuse me for assuming
quote: what EA did with Dead Space
quote: go with a fundamentally better mobile platform like Windows Phone 7
quote: Why? Because idiots like me love having a physical keyboard. Perhaps someone here can convince me to join the rest of the world and go keyboard-less. If only we were all the one and the same, just like what Apple wants.
quote: A lot of phones have speech recognition software, even my old LG flip phone from 2005 had very crude speech speech recognition capabilities. This is nothing new and definitely nothing that is exclusive to Apple hardware as that video would like you to believe.
quote: In 2003, the US Government began the most ambitious Artificial Intelligence program in its history called the “Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes” or CALO program. The name was inspired by the Latin word “calonis”, which means “soldier’s servant”. Funded by DARPA as part of its Personal Assistant that Learns project, the program ran for five years and brought together more than 300 researchers from 25 of the top university and commercial research institutions, with the goal of “building a new generation of cognitive assistants that can reason, learn from experience, be told what to do, explain what they are doing, reflect on their experience, and respond robustly to surprise.”The program was coordinated through SRI International in Menlo Park, CA. As the program ended in 2007, SRI took the knowledge gained by the CALO and some of its key players and formed Siri.
quote: A lot of phones have speech recognition software, even my old LG flip phone from 2005 had very crude speech speech recognition capabilities.