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Can We Turn to Our Smartphones During Mental Health Crises?

We use our devices for so many things, and, increasingly, this includes getting advice on depression, suicidal thoughts and other serious emotional issues. But are our devices sophisticated enough to answer? Not yet, a new study finds.

Laura Entis

When Will Siri Be Able to Make That Romantic Dinner Reservation for You?

Here are five ways personal-assistant apps can actually become the personal assistants they claim to be.

Elon Musk and Other Tech Leaders Pour $1 Billion Into Artificial Intelligence Startup

The effort announced on Friday, called OpenAI, joins significant investments from companies such as Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook Inc and Inc.


How Important Is Siri's Personality?

As virtual assistant technology becomes more advanced, the next battle is over personality, or lack thereof.


Apple Says Accessing Data on a Locked iPhone Is 'Impossible'

The company told a U.S. judge that it strengthened encryption methods and could only access data on 10 percent of its devices using an older operating system.


Microsoft's Version of Siri Fails to Work at the Worst Possible Moment (VIDEO)

This was neither the time, nor the place, Cortana. Really, you should know better.

Apple Finally Revamps Apple TV, Integrates Siri

The new Apple TV has Siri support and a brand-new operating system for third-party apps.

Emily Price

Facebook Is Testing 'M,' a Virtual Assistant Within Messenger

The service is similar to Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana.


How Siri Saved a Man's Life

An 18-year-old in Tennessee used his iPhone to call 911 -- hands free -- while trapped under his truck.

Kate Taylor

Apple's Latest Experiment Means You May Never Have to Listen to Your Voicemails Again

Apple is testing a new service that would allow Siri to transcribe your voicemails into text messages.

James Cook

13 Fun Things You Didn't Know Siri Could Do

You might know the basics of Apple's voice assistant, but she's actually more capable than you think.

Steven Tweedie