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Rumor: Apple’s Boston office working on Siri’s voice recognition, possible Nuance replacement

Apple, to not many people’s knowledge, has an office located near MIT’s campus in Boston. Well, reports coming from Xconomy are saying that this office could possibly be being used to work on Siri, as many of the job descriptions regard speech recognition. According to the report, there are some “notable names in speech technology” making their ways into…

CES 2013: The laser keyboard comes to life in the Celluon Magic Cube

We’ve all heard of and imagined what it would be like to have a laser keyboard. There would be just this little device that projects a keyboard onto the desk in front of it, and would sense whenever you went to type on it. There are things that can do this now, but it is being brought mainstream. Celluon has created the Magic Cube that does exactly what you…

Apple and Focxonn work to further improve factory conditions

I’m sure I don’t have to remind any of you about the controversy surrounding the conditions at Foxconn’s facilities. Apple and Foxconn have publicly acknowledged the issues and have been working towards resolving them for a while now, and according to the New York Times’ latest installment of iEconomy, the companies are definitely taking steps in the…

Are Apple and Intel working on an iWatch?

If you were someone that had the iPod nano (6th generation) then you know how many watch-like accessories were made for it. Some were slightly disappointed, as they thought that maybe Apple would take the queues and make an official iWatch when instead the design was completely redone. According to a new rumor, those seeking an Apple made watch may not…

Apple working on new near-field wireless charging?

Wireless charging has been talked about, played with, tested, and even shipped in devices (Nexus 4, for example). You can’t talk about mobile technology without talking about wireless charging now a days. Well now it seems Apple may be looking into its own version of wireless charging that seems better than the rest. The reason I say better than the…

How to fix your iPhone 5 WiFi woes

Many users have expressed concern regarding the iPhone 5′s WiFi connectivity issues, and Gizmodo has reportedly found a fix for this problem. Multiple iPhone 5 users have reported having a full WiFi signal on an iPhone 4S, and almost no signal on an iPhone 5, while both are on the same WiFi connection. There have also been iPhone 5, 4S, and 4 users…

British Airways to support Passbook

Passbook was a feature I was skeptical of when iOS 6 was announced. Of course I liked the idea, but it was up to companies to actually bring the support. However, it is off to a promising start. Starbucks, Target, Delta and American Airlines, and other companies are beginning to integrate the service into their applications. Well, joining the…

Is your Facebook app crashing?

Reports have just started popping up of Facebook’s iOS application crashing on launch. Apparently, it seems more consistent on devices running iOS 5.x, however it is still occurring on iOS 6.x. I just finished installing the iOS 6.1 beta, and have gotten this to happen once, however it is very hit or miss. Is yours crashing? If so, what version of…