Posts Tagged ‘Humor’

Siri is not just your digital assistant. Ask it to beatbox for you and you will see why. Seriously, try it now!

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Now that WWDC is just around the corner, all eyes are very much on what Apple will be announcing when Tim Cook and his band of merry men take to the stage. While we’re all supremely confident that iOS 8 and Mac OS X 10.10 will be revealed at the event thanks to new banners being erected over the last day or two, other details are largely unknown. Rumors leading up to this point had suggested we might see a new product category appear, but that’s now looking unlikely.

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With the serious nature of the current court battle between Samsung and Apple, it’s always amusing to witness the many ways in which the on-looking tech community continually trolls both companies. With Samsung having developed a reputation for copying its Cupertino adversary – this being the main reason behind the current court case in California – a funny little graphic has emerged from what looks to be a Thai comic, showing just how Samsung came up with its logo. (Hint: it copied Apple).

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Banned ads are always funny. They’re not real banned ads of course, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not funny.

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College Humor likes to focus much of its comedy on the world of tech, and a rather entertaining new clip draws comparisons between girlfriends and iPhones. Like the video showing how a typical guy would use Google Glass, it brings modern technology into the crosshairs of common relationship issues, and the video, which is very funny indeed, can be seen after the break!

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Forget about the seventh-generation iPhone. Forget about the rumored Retina iPad mini and forget about the potential for any so-called “iPad killers” that may stem from the next-generation of tablet devices released by Google and their partners. If the speculation is to be believed, the next consumer technology battle could be fought by companies who are prepared to hit the market with some kind of advanced wearable technology. Google has already thrown their hat into the ring with the Glass project and it looks like Apple could be next if the iOS-powered iWatch becomes reality, but where would consumer allegiance lie?

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Apple’s iOS 6 may have enjoyed record levels of adoption in its first couple of months in existence, but one area of the new mobile software sticks in everybody’s mind – that dreadful Maps app. Tim Cook apologized for it, iOS SVP Scott Forstall was ousted due (in part) to its shortcomings, and other mapping apps have benefitted greatly as a result. But whilst Cook assures us that his company is doing everything they can to rectify the issue, we perhaps underestimated just how dedicated the Cupertino are to have the best mapping app around. Rather than fix the inaccurate street names and landmark locations within the app, staff have been spotted attempting to change the world’s geographical traits to fall in line with iOS Maps!

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The web is a great place to have a debate with others concerning a variety of topics, and whether it’s an Apple vs. Android, Xbox 360 vs. PlayStation 3, or even a Coke vs. Pepsi back and forth, there are two types of person within any argument – on both sides. The first kind of person is the logical thinker – the kind of person whom weighs up both sides in a fair, concise manner in order to form well-rounded opinions. Most debates, however, descend into farce thanks to our other type of individual – the fanboy – who’ll argue to the bitter end regardless of whether the information they’re putting forth is accurate or pure fabrication.

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If you decided to sit down and talk in great detail about what is currently going on in the San Jose courtroom in the Apple vs. Samsung patent case, then you could probably pick one of any number of adjectives to describe the happenings over the last couple of weeks. With only a small amount of legal time remaining on each side to present their case, legal teams from both companies have walked extremely close to the edge, and at one point during the litigation, both have managed to anger and infuriate judge Lucy Koh.

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Although many American iPhone 4S users have found a great slave/friend in Siri, Apple has yet to sort out the language barriers for users all over the world.

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Whenever Apple releases its latest ‘next big thing’, it tends to find its way into the tech news spectrum on a daily basis, and Siri – bundled with iOS 5 for early adopters of the iPhone 4S – has proved to be no exception.

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Simon Pierro, a self-made German magician has published a demo of a preview version of iOS 5. We admit it, it’s not the real iOS 5, but it’s loaded with “magical” features that makes many of us wish it was real.

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