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It still sound like a robot speaking in a monotone, not much different from years back.
You obviously missed the point.
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Not half bad. I'm sure most people won't use it on the go however. Look at how many people that text.

I like the home use though. Looks promising in the sector. The questions about "how many oz in a cup" is going to make newb cookers like me its best friend.

However, be prepared for "Hey, what are you D O R I N G this W E K E N D" text messages. And, like most Apple commercials, I'm wondering if the performance will actually be that fluent. So far, their claim of its internet performance was no where near what it actually was. A few seconds on the commercial, a few decaseconds in RL.

I like, but I don't like the track-record. Going to have to try this myself.
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Once again Apple takes credit for introducing something that others have already been doing. I was asking for directions, looking up stuff on Wikipedia, typing email, and dialing phone number on my Nexus One by voice. Granted, Apples implementation is probably more polished...but that seems to be what Apple's M.O. is.....polishing and marketing other peoples ideas...and then taking credit for them.
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i cant wait for them to be cursing the autocorrect on this system.
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Once again Apple takes credit for introducing something that others have already been doing. I was asking for directions, looking up stuff on Wikipedia, typing email, and dialing phone number on my Nexus One by voice. Granted, Apples implementation is probably more polished...but that seems to be what Apple's M.O. is.....polishing and marketing other peoples ideas...and then taking credit for them.
Well then these guys need to hire better marketing teams or at least give their marketing teams time to talk with the actual developers of the phone they are to market.
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I've never seen the need for voice recognition... Gonna wait for the Nexus Prime.
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Once again Apple takes credit for introducing something that others have already been doing[/B]
How do you figure? They never said they invented voice recognition. Hell socom on the ps2 had it and other products before. They are how ever from what I've seen the best, unless you can provide examples of other phones doing this out of the box without the need for an additional app,at having a voice recognition program that is close to using natural language in a phone. Again assuming it performs like in that video.
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Currently it works with English [British, Australian and American], French and German iirc. So it isn't only limited to our cheesy accents
So this Siri is useless for Asian languages. If voice technology can be good enough to discern more tonal languages, I would be more impressed.
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Congrads!!! Google has had this feature for quite a while. Just talk and it'll do what ya want. Works extremely well with texting and browsing.

Welcome.
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Once again Apple takes credit for introducing something that others have already been doing. I was asking for directions, looking up stuff on Wikipedia, typing email, and dialing phone number on my Nexus One by voice. Granted, Apples implementation is probably more polished...but that seems to be what Apple's M.O. is.....polishing and marketing other peoples ideas...and then taking credit for them.
Yeah, because the commercial clearly states "We're Apple, INVENTORS OF VOICE RECOGNITION!"

Apple may not invent a whole lot of things these days, but they sure as hell know how to innovate. Quit crying and get over the Apple jealousy bit. It's pedantic and childish.
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