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I thought I'd read that Google had voluntarily complied with the rules laid down for the App Store back in March but I don't find the source now.
Google Play doesn't make it much easier to find reliable apps for the disabled.https://play.google.com/store/search?q=app%20for%20blind&c=apps&hl=enFortunately there are websites with lists/reviews of applications for the blind or deaf.
I'm a bit surprised at this. According to the wording of Apple's statement tho they seem to acknowledge Zhizhen's patent precedes Apple's Siri. "Unfortunately, we were not aware of Zhizhen's patent before we introduced Siri and we do not believe we are using this patent," an Apple spokeswoman told the publication.
You're not Joe Consumer nor are most other AI members. You got the point just fine. It explains what this particular vulnerability is and how it's being addressed just as you found out when you read it.
I said nothing of the sort. You are either being intentionally disingenuous or misreading what was written. What I said was Android was originally intended to blunt Microsoft's mobile plans. MS was already trying to push Google off the desktop and they didn't want the same to happen in mobile. Android was Google's plan for relevancy. An Apple iPhone wasn't even in the picture when Google began investing in the project in late 2004/early 2005. It wasn't even a twinkle in...
Thanks. That's a great article.
You are 100% correct . Google had no real say in the matter. it was always Apple's decision IMO.
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