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Earlier today, after Re/code reported that Apple would be revealing the iPhone 6 at a media event on September 9th, The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg were quick to back up the report with their own unnamed sources.
Motorola is going to launch the Moto 360 this summer, at least in the U.S., but the device may arrive a lot later in some international markets. Good Gear Guide has learned from the company that the smartwatch will only be launched in Australia at some point in the fourth quarter of the year, and not sooner.
Siri was incredibly cool when it first came on the iPhone 4s out back in 2011 but times have changed and our expectations are much higher for what a digital personal assistant can do for us. Wired has a huge in-depth new report on a startup called Viv Labs, which was cofounded by three engineers who originally worked on Siri and who are now building a “radical new AI” that will make Siri look positively primitive by comparison.
o we’re now pretty certain that Apple will release its iWatch… well, sometime before the end of the year. In the buildup to its release, many analysts have been predicting some absurdly high sales numbers in the iWatch’s first year — remember Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty’s bold projection that Apple could sell as many as 60 million (!) iWatches in its first 12 months on the market. It goes without saying that there are good reasons to be skeptical of such sales projections, especially when you consider that the iWatch actually looks like a pretty risky endeavor from Apple’s perspective.