Microsoft announced today that it has started rolling out Cortana inside of the Skype app for Android and iOS.
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Harmon Kardon's Cortana-based Invoke smart speaker briefly appeared on the Microsoft Store website today.
Microsoft has found itself in a tough position with Cortana but there is plenty of room in the market for a smart speaker...but it may not be with consumers.
Harman Kardon isn't just sticking with Cortana for its smart speakers. Harmon Kardon is working with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa too.
Over a year ago, Microsoft secretly agreed to partner with Amazon to integrate their digital personal assistants, Cortana and Alexa.
Microsoft's personal digital assistant just got a bit more active, thanks to the addition of the Fitbit skill for Cortana.
A new Microsoft promo video depicts a smart thermostat that is powered by Cortana, Windows IoT Core, and Azure.
You've been able to configure Cortana as the default assistant in Android for quite some time, but the option is hard to find.
Microsoft announced that it was improving the Cortana integration in its Edge web browser in the most recent version of Windows 10.
Microsoft is actively testing moving Cortana from the taskbar to the system tray; they are also testing out a new conversation-based UI layout too.
During his Build 2017 keynote address, Microsoft's Terry Myerson referred to Mixed Reality as "the next wave" of computing. But I think ambient computing is a much bigger deal.
On the opening day of Build 2017, Microsoft revealed that HP and Intel are partnering with it on Cortana hardware devices.
Like Microsoft, Amazon.com came too late to the smartphone market. But unlike the software giant, Amazon has already found its Next Big Thing.
Brad revealed Harmon Kardon's secret website for its Cortana-powered Invoke smart speaker earlier today. But now the firm has provided a few more details.
The Invoke, a speaker by Harman Kardon with Cortana built-in, has finally been uncovered and it will be arriving this fall.