Dumbest & craziest sports technology moments of 2012

From phony websites to regrettable tweets to Apple Siri chatter, it's clear athletes and technology often don't mix well

By Bob Brown, Network World |  Consumerization of IT, Apple, Siri

WHAT SIRIUS SAYS

Charlie Manuel, manager of the underachieving Philadelphia Phillies, said during a June press conference that he has consulted with the Apple iPhone's Siri voice technology (or Sirius, as he calls it) on baseball and other matters: "Ask Sirius to marry you. She'll say, 'I don't understand that.' I talk to her every now and then. She don't understand baseball neither. I'll say, 'What's wrong with this guy?' And she'll say, 'I don't know what you're talking about.' She doesn't understand."

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