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Active noise-cancelling headphones with up to 13 levels of reduction? Sounds sweet. It will be available from Microsoft this holiday season.
Microsoft and Amazon are starting to show the benefits of the integration of their Digital Assistants Cortana and Alexa to many users
Not particularly small and portable, the all-new 13 and 15-inch Lenovo Yoga 730 supports both Alexa and Cortana voice assistance. The Flex 14, meanwhile, is affordable and encourages creativity.
It features a pane of glass and a translucent OLED display, making for a fine wall installation in something like a gallery. Instead, it's a smart home hub run on Windows 10.
Microsoft's attempt at a streaming service for its niche audience has been shut down. One of the side effects of this is the loss of one of Cortana's skills.
Spotify's Xbox application is UWP-compliant, but not its recently-released desktop app for Windows 10 which some say is just a reheating of its existing x86 app.
Gmail is a dominant email service provider and it's about time that a prominent desktop OS recognize it. It will, through its digital assistant.
Buy a Surface Pro with an i5 and get a straight-up $200 discount. How about the i7? You get a free Cortana-powered smart speaker from Harman Kardon.
Cortana can do a lot of what Google Assistant can do on Allo. But instead, it's Skype. Is it trying hard enough to convert it into a general chat app?
Starting later this year, Amazon Echo users will be able to talk to Cortana through Alexa, with Microsoft's voice assistant also supporting its arch-rival.
According to newly discovered FCC documents, the first full-blown Sonos smart speaker will support "multiple voice platforms" starting October.
Android phones have trouble dialing 911 (or 999) and Lenovo is teaming up with Disney to send you on Jedi Adventures! All on this week's show!
Apple's AI-powered assistant as well as Samsung's have lost users from May of last year to this May. Google, Microsoft and Hound have made some gains.
We still have no name, price, release date or real-life pics for HP's upcoming smart Cortana speaker, but we know it connects to Windows 10 PCs.
Forget the Surface Pro 5 or Windows phones. Microsoft seems fully committed to make Cortana its next big thing, with public skills and HP devices.
Microsoft HomeHub is the rumored name of an upcoming software initiative baked into the next Windows 10 update to turn any PC into an Echo "killer."
The device would pre-empt sales of Microsoft's new smart speaker, Invoke. The new Echo may bring telephony services within the network of device owners.
Cortana's standalone device is called the Harman Kardon Invoke, discreetly unveiled on the company's official website as a premium Amazon Echo rival.
An Apple home AI product is almost certainly coming to stores during the year's second half, likely following a WWDC intro with Siri voice controls.
You'll be able to "invoke" the Microsoft-endorsed Harman Kardon Invoke smart speaker by talking to Cortana, and stream Spotify or Pandora music.
We are not sure when the event is happening... still... but Microsoft supposed has one cued up soon with change-ups and tweaks.
Office, OneDrive, Cortana, Outlook and "more" productivity-focused apps are pre-installed on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 Microsoft Edition.
Microsoft's Cortana works even better and more naturally on Android devices after the latest app update, with extensive lock screen support.