When it came to choosing a language to do a voice search with in the Google Search app, you were spoiled for choice. You could speak over 50 languages — anything from Arabic to Italian — and Google would still understand you. The problem was, you could only choose one language at a time. Until now.
With Google's release of its brand new search app for iOS, we decided to put Siri in the ring with Voice Search-now available on your iPhone-to see if she could defend her own turf.
Abortion-finding aside, Siri is pretty awesome. That's why Google is reportedly feverishly working on its own version of the voice-activated, natural-language assistant, code-named Majel. It's named after Gene Roddenberry's wife—the voice of many Star Trek computers. While we can't currently confirm a release date,…
iOS 5 dropped today, which is fantastic, I guess—if you own an iPhone. However, if you're like me and, well, don't but still want the same bells and whistles on your phone, might I suggest the following?