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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Google Creates Majel to Rival with Siri

Written on December 15, 2011 by R. Depp

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Voice actions are soon to happen in Android smartphones.

According to AndroidandMe, Google is currently working in a project that will compete with Apple’s Siri. Android digital assistant is carries the name “Majel” for now. It could be launched by the end of this year. Majel’s role is to address users issue with conversational spiels instead of keypad commands. This may all be rumors but it might seem to be tru after all since Google has purchased Clever sense, the developer of a technology very similar to Siri called Alfred. For Android users who cannot wait for a Siri-like feature, they must check out Cluzee or Iris. These are third-party assistants available in the Android market.

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