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Siri gets snarky when you ask her about Google Glass

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If you're an Apple iPhone user, you know that Siri can sometimes get an attitude.  But it seems that can be worse if you ask her about the competition.  

Apple's digital assistant is taking a dig at the new Google Glass.  When you activate Siri and tell her, "Okay glass," you'll get some witty responses in return!  "Okay glass" is the command you would use to activate Google's high-tech spectacles.  

If you've got an iPhone, try it a few times because she has a few different responses.  Our favorite?  "Stop trying to strap me to your forehead.  It won't work."

You might also get these:

"I think that glass is half empty."

"I'm not glass, and I'm just fine with that."

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