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Reading List: Do It Yourself | Macworld

Weve collected some of the more prominent floating around the Web on Tuesday. Siri Will Soon Understand You a Whole sites Lot Better Reports suggest that Apple is building up an internal speech-recognition team, perhaps to reduce its dependence on Nuance, the company whose technology currently powers Siri. A lot of the discussion in this Wired piece revolves around using neural networks to enhance speech recognition, something that other companies like Microsoft, IBM, and Google are using, but that Apple does not seem to at present. Apple Is Still Searching for Its Inner Don Draper Speaking of bringing more things in-house, a survey comparing ads produced by Apples in-house team versus the spots made by longtime partner TBWA\Media Arts Lab shows that Apples own ads may not be performing as well. That said, its early days yet, and not every ads going to be a home run. Apple Rolling Out Two-Step Verification for iCloud.com Apples reportedly starting to roll out two-step authentication for its iCloud services. The company previously enabled the high-security option when managing ones Apple ID , but had not yet brought it to its other online offerings. Macworld will have more on this story as it develops. Apple - Investor Relations Sure, what you want to know are the hard details: Apple will reveal its third-quarter financial results on Tuesday, July 22 at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m.
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