The iPhone 4S has a slew of new features -- a better camera, a faster processor, and everyone's new favorite companion, Siri. While the iPhone's newest personal voice assistant isn't always the most practical helper, she sure can be funny. Need some inspiration on what to ask Siri? Try these 10 questions -- the results are pretty hilarious. She won't actually tell you the meaning of life, but hey, who will?
Have you gotten any other funny answers out of Siri lately? Let us know in the comments!
Tablets, tablets, tablets. More popular than Justin Beiber, zombies and cupcakes combined, you can’t even talk about technology these days without a tablet factoring into the equation. From the endless iOS vs Android vs Windows debates, to the thousands and thousands of apps, to declarations up and down that the tablet is heralding the end of the PC era, there’s no escaping our flat little friend. And with today's Amazon Kindle Fire announcement, coupled with Game Stop's plans to throw their own hat into the ring, we're seriously wondering: what's next?
We love The Oatmeal's comics. Not only do we like his style of cartooning, but we also love that his comics are so right on about life. Take this blog post for instance, entitled "This is how I feel about buying apps."
We'll include the last comic panel for you just for effect, but head over to the site to see the blog/comic post in its entirety.
Here's a piece of silliness that should definitely put a smile on your face, though we warn you that there are spoilers ahead.
If you've seen Inception, you know the ridiculousness that is idea of a meta dream world. But if you can't seem to wrap that concept around your head, then perhaps this explanation will lay it out for you in laymen's terms. Jonah Ray, host of the Web Soup, posted a nifty graphic in his Tumblr explaining the many levels of Inception's dream hierarchy using Mac OS X folders. It's a pretty clever way to unravel the mystery behind the movie. Check it out for yourself after the cut.
It was inevitably going to happen, and now that your friends and neighbors are walking around looking to sink their rotting teeth into some braiiiiiins you have to get out of here. Wait, what are you reading this for? Run away!
(Actually, keep reading, otherwise you'll never know how to utilize all those Apple products you hoarded into your bag to help save your life.)
At this rate, it only has to be a matter of time before Apple starts touting the iPhone as a crime fighter via its GPS features. Who was the unlucky thief this time? Someone who decided to steal an iPhone during a demonstration of its GPS capabilities.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the gang behind the first iPhone 4 banned video have come up with another that Apple didn't want you to see. This time we learn what really went down with the iPhone 4's antenna issues.