Newsbrief by Andrew Kameka on Tuesday June 24, 2014.
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Apple wants Siri to be the way that people across the world communicate with their smartphones, and it can't do that if the app isn't available in every language. To that end, The company has posted several job listing looking for experts in natural language recognition and engineers who are "Experts in foreign languages." The languages Apple hopes to eventually enhance or add include: Norwegian, Turkish, Danish, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Dutch, Thai, and Russian. Users should not expect to see the fruits of these labors bear in time for the release of iOS 8 this fall, but it's good to know Apple is strengthening its voice command search system.source: Apple, via: Pocketnow