What Google's Rubin doesn't understand about Siri

Android chief Andy Rubin says your smartphone shouldn't be your personal assistant, but he may be underestimating the power of Siri.

By Tony Bradley, PC World |  Networking, Andy Rubin, Google

Rubin either doesn't understand Siri, or he does--but he'd rather not admit it publicly. I lean toward the latter, because the newly unveiled Android "Ice Cream Sandwich" also strives to make the voice command capabilities understand more natural language.

Apparently it is OK for your smartphone to be your personal assistant, as long as your smartphone runs on Android.


Originally published on PC World |  Click here to read the original story.
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