We have an explanation on how Apple became so successful: Steve Jobs might've been from the future. That's not true, of course, but to hear him nail so many predictions about modern technology back in 1983 it begins to feel like the only explanation. »
While there's no denying that your ability to get the partner of your dreams might require some smooth talking, it's always seemed somewhat of an imprecise science. Now, research suggests that the secret to success lies in the way you use your pronouns. »
This is horrifying. Professor Hideyuki Sawada of Kagawa University demonstrated this rubbery nightmare today that can imitate human speech. It's only a matter of time before someone tries to have sex with it. »While all this is really impressive, it's still unsettling to watch.
If you ever want to steal something in spy movies, you need to tear out somebody's eyeball or fake their voice. AT&T Safe will bring that same level of security to your online accounts with an iPhone app. »
Microsoft's motion gaming peripheral is, if executed correctly, quite possibly the future of gaming. It might even be the future of Windows 8 and computers everywhere. But how much fun is playing with Kinect right now? »
We've all seen futuristic movies with awesome Hal and Jarvis computers that are smart enough to recognize what we want them to do. They're like people. Today's computers are learning to be like that and they're already replacing us. »
AT&T's Speech Mashups is a web-based service that will bring voice-activated search to the iPhone, as well as other Edge and 3G handsets. Instead of managing speech recognition on the actual handset, Speech Mashups sends the audio sample to the server, processes it and sends back a text transcription or command to your… »