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There may actually be something to always-listening devices, after all.

Apple's Siri voice assistant is being credited with helping to save the life of an Australian toddler who unexpectedly stopped breathing.

When a mother in Australia discovered her one-year-old daughter had stopped breathing and was turning blue, according to a report in Yahoo Australia, she enlisted Siri to call for help.

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The mother, Stacey Gleeson, apparently had to use the "Hey Siri" voice function because her iPhone was out of reach.

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When Facebook first started pushing its users to use Messenger, the responses weren't very positive. Many people weren't a fan of needing to use two apps instead of one to use all the features of Facebook, so some Android users turned to the mobile web application where they could browse their news feed and message people in one place.

Now, Facebook is planning on removing messaging from its mobile web app, forcing Android users to download Messenger if they want to chat with Facebook friends. Many of those users are not happy about it.

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Facebook Overwatch
If people spend a lot of time doing something on the Internet, you can bet Facebook wants a piece. Its latest conquest attempt is the video game streaming business ruled by Twitch and YouTube. Today, Facebook announced its working with World Of Warcraft maker Blizzard to build social login and Facebook Live video streaming into their games, starting with its new blockbuster Overwatch.… Read More Read More...