One site delves deep into Siri's sordid past, iOS's Maps is keeping folks away from a trendy eating establishment, and a hot new iPhone app is all in the Apple family.
Macworld's Dan Moren and Lex Friedman prognosticate about the products they think Apple will likely release this year.
An explanation for some (but not most) of Apple's mapping woes, Google's CEO exhibits l'esprit d'escalier on a massive scale, and you could be the voice of Siri.
Apple's map manager gets shown the door (accurately, we hope), Siri will soon do everything but drive your car (thankfully), and one user dreams of the Apple TV (that will never be).
Google's working on an iOS Maps app that may never see the light of day, Apple may soon let Siri buy your movie tickets, and Steve Jobs gets fully posable.
AllThingsD reports that Amazon exec and prominent search technologist William Stasior has been hired by Apple to head up its Siri team.
It's already October. That means that it's just a few weeks to Halloween, and then a few more to Thanksgiving, and then it's time to start feeling holly and jolly, whoa nelly, let's pause and take a break with another edition of the The Weekly Wrap.
Apple may be tightening its grip on third-party accessories, Siri's horning in on Roger Ebert's turf, and the story of one man who might have paved the way for Steve Jobs.
Siri, the voice recognition personal assistant launched last year, gains a slew of new abilities in iOS 6.
Staff writer Lex Friedman walks you through using OS X's built-in functionality for handling Siri-like vocal commands.