A multi-user Siri that recognizes the person talking to it would allow the voice assistant to become even more useful. There's a patent filed for that.
We may be less than a month away from the launch of the new Apple Watch Series 4 and rumors give us more information about its characteristics
Find out when we could see Samsung's first smart speaker with Bixby 2.0 and its price that will directly take on Apple's HomePod, and the Google Home Max
With all the hullabaloo on what data gets collected from our phones and sent off to servers in China, what does Apple do to keep privacy in focus?
BlackBerry has a new phone to last a weekend, feature a keyboard and much more while Apple has surged in software in some places and lagged in others.
The digital assistant gets a bit faster and will help iPhone, iPad, HomePod and Apple Watch users get to their favorite tasks faster with just a hot phrase.
No iPhone SE 2, no iPad Pros with Face ID, no refreshed MacBooks, and certainly no Apple Watch Series 4. Still, there's plenty of exciting software stuff reportedly slated for WWDC 2018 announcements.
Apple is reportedly keen on "advancing its digital assistant ambitions" at next week's Worldwide Developers Conference, both with expanded Siri capabilities and a lower-cost Beats smart speaker.
tvOS will be able to route Apple TV sound output to compatible AirPlay 2 speakers, such as the HomePod. Speaking of, it's going to be available in three more countries soon.
The homepage of its website has been completely plastered with WWDC. But there are only so many subtle hints we can get about what's coming up.
The overall market grew a fair bit with the most improvement coming from Google. Still, it's Amazon that's pummeling Apple.
29 leakers were caught overall and Apple has assured all employees that these rogues will forever wear a scarlet letter if they ever wish to return to their industry.
The market expects 7 million sales in the calendar year and the best that Ming-chi Kuo, renowned Apple analyst, can muster is 2.5 million.
If it wasn't already abundantly clear, suppliers and analysts have confirmed Apple's HomePod struggles in a Bloomberg report, with sales significantly below internal expectations.
Apple is looking to step up its AI efforts with the help of Google's former machine learning and search division head, while the search giant is splitting the two operations and promoting a couple of veteran employees.
Most of the 161 positions that are currently posted are focused on software engineering. Could Apple finally be taking the shovel to building Siri's intelligence?
It's an easy breach of privacy and all someone needs to do to get at it is to take your iPhone and ask Siri to read out your notifications.
Former employees say Siri never had a way to lose because Apple never set a way forward for it. Also, Broadcom banned from acquiring Qualcomm.
The employees say that executive visions for Siri have clashed with their own and have been slow to adapt to the competition.
A dedicated iPad app will allow Google's AI services provider to take advantage of the larger display and multitasking features.
In a way, with how Apple panned Siri out from the beginning and then over the past seven years, she was set up to not be anywhere close to perfect... or to grow as fast as Google or Amazon.
Unknown yet is what parts will go into the upgraded 13-inch MacBook models, but it might just be that we could see a sub-$999 MacBook Air soon.
In the midst of all the MWC coverage we're pulling off, we've got to keep to our promise of a weekly mobile tech podcast. And we have the perfect iPhone to do it with. Yes, iPhone.