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Could Siri Seriously Sting Google?

November 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

A remark made by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt during Senate antitrust hearings indicated Google fears Siri, the voice-activated assistant on the iPhone 4S. Granted, the context of the remark raises questions regarding its sincerity. But mobile search is still a wide-open field — is there room there for Apple or some other competitor to threaten the Web’s most stalwart search engine?

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