Network World’s Yoni Heisler attended Technori Pitch in Chicago yesterday, and related a story about Siri that not only sheds new light on the name of Apple’s intelligent assistant, but on Steve Jobs’ low opinion of the name.
Technori Pitch is a monthly meeting where Chicago-based startups can tout what they’re working on, and yesterday’s speaker was none other than Dag Kittlaus — one of the founders of Siri. The company was bought out by Apple in April of 2010 for US0 million, and of course Siri became the outstanding feature of the iPhone 4S.
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Steve Jobs reportedly disliked “Siri” name