Ep 9 of 2012
Today on the show, the Cupertino giant Apple is in the news with the acquisition of a search engine for it's App Store. As well the iPad escapes a ban in Singapore, but gets dumped as a US military tool.
There was a high level of incompetence demonstrated over at Dodo last week, with the dead bird taking out most of Australia's internet for about half an hour or so and Optus has sought a Federal Court ruling preventing AFL chief Andrew Demetriou from claiming the telco's TV Now recording service is a form of "stealing". Them's fight'n words if ever I heard.
Also, Adam catches up with the Beeb to find out about a new News offering, and Leena will have the latest on gaming news from around the globe.
Android and iOS: Evi
Evi is the revolutionary artificial intelligence here to help with all of your everyday information needs. Evi’s app is free to download and with no hidden charges. Unlike a search engine, which simply looks for matching words and shows you a list of websites, Evi understands what you want to know and gives back exactly what you're after.
Need to know where the nearest bank is? Not a problem. Going out for dinner but can't decide where? She can help with that too. The more you ask, the more she will learn, and thus she is improving all the time.
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