Microsoft Denies That Cortana is Dead (Premium)

Too Little Too Late, Microsoft Voices Support for Cortana

After a year of near silence on the topic---or, as Microsoft puts it, "an exciting and productive year"---the software giant claims that it is expanding the availability of Cortana to various consumer electronics devices. It's a nice story. But there is no evidence of it actually happening.

"We continue to grow the Cortana ecosystem to help people get things done across work and life," a post credited to Microsoft AI corporate vice president Jordi Ribas reads. "To kick-off 2018, we’re making it easier than ever for [hardware partners] and developers to build for Cortana."

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