One hardware hacker trained Apple’s Siri to politely adjust the lighting in his home on command.
In this week’s ‘Tech Talk’ radio show — heard each week live on Montreal’s CJAD 800 — we chat with an automotive expert on how cars are getting smarter, plus we also talk with Microsoft about what makes Windows 8 a worthy upgrade for both casual and hardcore users.
Got an iPad or an iPhone that you frequently find yourself sharing with someone else? It sure would be nice if you could give them their own account so they could stop messing with yours, wouldn’t it?
While the Android community is currently ahead in contextual automation, Apple could easily take the lead. They already have the pieces in place.
Snapchat is an app that lets users send photos that self-destruct. Is it harmless fun, or a disaster in the making?
uMoove, an upcoming app for mobile devices, lets users interact with content by simply moving their eyes and head. While in the early stages, the technology works.
Imagine if your smartphone could tell you when there was an available parking spot on the street – so you can stop circling endlessly to find one by chance. ‘Parko’ aims to be that solution.
Couch potatoes rejoice: with PredictGaze, you’ll no longer need to reach for the remote to be able to pause your TV.
If Canadians follow through on their purchase plans, Apple is going to increase its mobile market share in a big, big way.
Could an operating system originally built for a marginally popular QWERTY slider phone really offer an alternative to Windows or OS X?