“Apple plans for to allow a wider variety of people to engage with health monitoring rather than the small, data-obsessed demographic that typically uses such devices now,” Meghan Foley reports for Wall St. 240 more words
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“Apple is apparently working to open up Siri, its voice driven personal assistant, to third-party iOS applications, an improvement in services believed to be tied closely to the development of an anticipated ‘iWatch,’” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider. 141 more words
Microsoft may have led the charge in gesture and voice recognition in the home with Kinect, but the competition is coming fast.
And given the growth in this market—user interface is expected to top $25 billion by 2016, according to Visiongain—there’s no shortage of interest in what the company may announce at its Microsoft Build event in April, where the company is expected to focus in part on Kinect 2.0 for Windows.
We all remember WWDC last year, when Apple first talked about what still was iOS in the car at the time. Well, Apple has just officially announced iOS in the car with a new name : CarPlay. 270 more words
“Her”, the newest of Spike Jonze’s films tells the love story of a lonely man and his Operating System, Samantha. All content of the film aside, one of the most intriguing elements to me was the interface of voice recognition / activation used by the population of future L.A. 240 more words
One of the Big Ideas on Intel’s plate in 2014 is RealSense, the chipmaker’s attempt to guide the future of human-computer interaction. First debuted at CES, … 573 more words