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Siri’s Not Perfect, Lawsuit Claims

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Apple was sued by iPhone users upset that the voice-recognition feature on their phone didn’t work perfectly every time.  The customers complained that the software – called Siri – sometime didn’t understand their questions or gave incorrect answers.  A judge dismissed the suit, finding that “A reasonable consumer would understand that commercials depicting the products they are intended to promote would be unlikely to depict failed attempts.”

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