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Android Jellybean/Google Now: The Answer to Siri?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Repairguy, Jul 4, 2012.

  1. Repairguy

    Repairguy Newbie

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    I mean Google has been giving Siri all the answers to begin with, but have you see this shit? It's like... easy mode. Crazy. I know we're not supposed to link here, but the title of the youtube is
    How to impress your friends: 40+ voice searches on Jelly Bean

    I mean sure Apple has got some style and some decent cloud services but Google's been caching the internet for over a decade now while collecting user statistics. Could this be the beginning of AI?
     
  2. ShadeDream

    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    I don't find these things practical to be honest. Looks cool but I don't see myself using it other then to test it out for fun.
     
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    As said above by Shadedream , You cant take these things seriously. For fun nothing more to be honest.

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  4. Repairguy

    Repairguy Newbie

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    I don't take them that seriously at all, I like to think of it from my own point of view. Also, did you guys know the Galaxy Nexus phone got pulled in the states due to an Apple lawsuit
     
  5. wokaka

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    i have galaxy nexus and rooted it and upgraded it to jellybean by myself. Yes, Jellybean is the cool answer to Siri and tbh I start to believe android is smoother than iOS UNLESS if you install too many apps then probably it'll start slowing down again (when i still used ICS, it was slow, but after factory reset + upgrade to jellybean, things have changed :D )

    i still believe Lumia is the fastest phone atm though. Tried that back in Singapore but decided not to buy as it's still lacking various apps that I need (also i dont see any reason to develop apps for windows phone for now)
     
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    yeah well i read about that one too but who cares.