The head Android honcho over at Google, Andy Rubin, had a few choice words to say about the iPhone 4S' personal assistant Siri. According to Rubin, we should spend more time talking with actual people than with our phones, and that Apple's technology "isn't a new notion."
Speaking at the AsiaD conference, Rubin added "I don't believe that your phone should be an assistant" though tasty desserts they totally should be. Right, Rubin? [All Things D via TechRadar via Gizmodo UK]
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