TechBytes: Siri Reportedly to Recognize Owner's Voice

The new technology may make it harder to hack a user's cell phone.
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In today's tech might Siri getting to know you batter online reports claim that Apple's digital voice assistant. We'll soon be able to recognize its owner's voice that'll prevent others from activating your iPhone the new feature expected debut an Ohio west nine point want. Now stop bringing outer space frontier within Europe had a US space agency is launching a new TV channel. What shall streamed live high Def video from the International Space Station starting in November. And it's now been thirty years since Nintendo released its first video game starring the merrier Brothers since then more than 310. Million copies. Of Super Mario Brothers has been sold around the world of course. Mario actually debuts even earlier in the arcade game Donkey Kong. Texas was always my favorite teacher second only just make it first level. Those are tech bytes.

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