Also see Gruber’s time with the iPhone4 and Siri. By the looks of it your speech is sent to a translation/recognition service and the result then returned you, just as Google App does. Gruber also notes that this may be one of the reasons why Siri is (currenlty?) limited to iPhone4S: 1-2 million iPhone4S users won’t hit the servers as hard as the 100 million potential iOS5 users.
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