I had this gem taken at CES in Las Vegas back in January. I found it within seconds of searching for the term "Aflac" in my Google Photos app. Siri is good at finding photos I took of general things like: cars, houses, cats, trees, food and blue skies. Google Assistant is good at finding specific attributes within my photos like colors, names, avocado toast, pickup trucks and plays -- I worked as a theater director and actor for 18 years. For example in Google Photos I searched the word "Aflac" and it found a photo I took with the Aflac duck at CES. The background in the photo has the word "Aflac" on it. There were also several photos I took of Sproutel's My Special Aflac Duck, a robot designed to comfort kids with cancer. In Siri, I had no such luck.
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While the American version of the HTC One X lacks true quad-core computing like its European counterpart, we found the robust dual-core device to offer plenty of speed, a fabulous camera, plus access to AT&T's swift 4G LTE data network. Be sure to check out our full review. AT&T makes the HTC One X available online immediately, nationwide on June 10. HTC One X fans have a real reason to celebrate. AT&T just announced that the superphone is available for order now online. The carrier also said the hot device will hit AT&T stores across the country on June 10 for $199.99.
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