Voice recognition on the Mac is nothing new. Years before Siri came to your iOS device — indeed, before there were any iOS devices — it was possible to control your Mac and execute commands by speaking them, Star Trek-style. OS X doesn’t provide all of Siri’s functionality on a Mac, but you can dictate text to it. Just as you can on your iPhone, you can sit at your computer, speak, and your words appear on the screen — here's how it's done.
Get your Apple TV functioning like something out of The Jetsons with VoiceOver. We'll show you how to enable this app so that it can talk back to you. Follow the gallery after the cut for a quick run through of how to set it up.