By Todd Bernhard
Voice promises to be an even bigger part of the smart home experience, according to a new report from ABI Research. It makes sense. Apple has been a leader in transforming user interfaces, initially with the Graphical User Interface, paired with a mouse (which the company copied from Xerox PARC.) Then there was Apple's attempt at handwriting recognition with the Apple Newton (which I had and loved.) Of course, the multitouch touchscreen was introduced with the iPhone. Then along came Siri.