It’s been less than a week since Siri was hacked to work with potentially every Internet-controlled gadget out there, even your car. But if that’s too far out for you, the latest plug-in for Siri Proxy allows you to control your Mac desktop using your iPhone.
That’s right. Just as Scotty aspired to do in Star Trek IV when he lifted the mouse to his moustache and drunkenly slurred commands into it, you can now lift your iPhone 4S and launch and control programs on your Mac using a new plug-in developed by Ian J. McDowell and demonstrated in the video above.
That’s not all, though. McDowell’s also figured out how to send messages using Siri through Google Voice on the iPhone.
It’s all nifty, futuristic stuff, but unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a download quite yet. I can’t wait until these hacks come to the rest of us in a nice, neat package.