Intel promises ultrabooks with Siri-like voice interaction in Q4

With Siri, Apple users can speak to their iPhones. Well, they could do that before but with Siri, the phones actually talk back. Well, this week at the Intel Developer Forum, ComputerWorld‘s Agam Shah reports Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) is promising voice-interactive ultrabooks will be available in the fourth quarter:

The feature will allow users to make voice commands to show maps, play music, shop for products and post on social networks like Twitter. It will save users the effort of typing or click through the user interface to do the same thing.

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Users have complained that Siri isn’t as intuitive or accurate as it could be, so we’ll have to see what the ultrabook experience is like. If nothing else, we’re getting to the point where if Star Trek’s Mr. Scott again travels back in time and says hello to a computer, it will actually answer back.

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