Take A Look At Siri, The iPhone's New Voice-Powered Personal Assistant

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We’re intrigued by Siri.Reserved only for the iPhone 4S and touted as your “new personal assistant,” the voice-activated software will help you juggle calendars, texts, emails, and even research on Wikipedia and Wolfram Alpha.

We expect it will only get better and more capable as time passes.

Are we heading into a world where people are constantly talking to their phones instead of the people on the other end of them?

We don’t know, but let’s take a look at Siri’s impressive range of capabilities as demoed at the Apple event today.

In case you forget, Siri includes a list of things to demonstrate what you can have it do for you.

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