• Hey Siri

    “Hey Siri, what’s the weather today?” Daily, I am pretty sure Siri has been asked on that million of times.  Also if Siri would have sex with the person, as well as where to find the latest joint for weed. It is really a learning stage for the artificial intelligent which was first introduced by Apple in 2011, during its famous World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), which I used to tune in to watch the latest development.  I could watch the podcast or YouTube later, or best still, the summarised version on some of the technology blogs or news sites. Siri is a spin-off from a project originally developed by…

  • Reading, Together

    Got to know about Readings @ September, a monthly event for writers, authors to come and read something or short part of the stories or just something he or she has written. Remember MobileFest?  Yep, just replace the attendees with people who are writers, and not geeks. I am not so much a writer neither an author, although I have never given up to write fictions about our neighbours. The session took place at Seksan Gallery, a gallery and office belongs to an architect firm, which obviously a bunch of people who loves arts and cherish arts. The readers featured for September were:- Asohan Aryaduray Catherine Brogan Charissa Ong Ty…

  • MobileFest February Meet, Going Strength to Strength

    The phenomenon of Android operating system conquering the mobile user market in Malaysia can be seen clearly in our recent MobileFest February Meet. Just to name a few, we can see Samsung Galaxy S, HTC Desire Z, Motorola Defy, and then Adam tablet, of which is running on Android 2.2. The tablet market for Android is not lonely anymore, with iPad being the most popular tablet around the world. Soon, we will see more tablets running on Android, Adam is one of them. The boot camp in Mac OS, soon probably need to incorporate for Android or Chrome, which in a recent article published in Engadget, it can be done.