Audience, the company responsible for developing the EarSmart technology which power's Siri, has announced that Apple is "unlikely" to use the system in the next-generation iPhone.
Imagine the scene. It's late. It's dark. You've had a bit to drink. You're happily dancing away in a world of your own, staring at the big screen. Then up comes your face with Aphex Twin's demonic branding over it.
What's more terrifying than a call coming from inside the house? The call coming from inside the theater. That's the thought behind Last Call, an interactive horror film in which the main character calls a random audience member for help.
A new sand-grain-sized chip by Audience being demoed at MWC kills extraneous noise (better than current software-based suppression) so they can, even if it sounds like you're skydiving at the time.