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Microsoft is killing its dedicated Cortana voice assistant app for Android and iOS

Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are by far the two biggest voice assistant platforms, but there are plenty of other options out there, including Apple's Siri, Samsung's Bixby, and Microsoft's Cortana. Cortana used to be limited to Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system and Microsoft's ecosystem in general, but back in late 2015, the company released...

Survey: 41% of users have privacy concerns with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and other voice assistants

For the past decade, touch interactions have dominated how we communicate with our mobile devices. But soon, voice searches will be dominating our interactions and are likely to grow at 40% annually. Since most of the voice interactions are expected to take place through AI virtual assistants like Google Assistant, Alexa, Siri, and timid Cortana,...

Another Microsoft Cortana speaker is in the works to compete with the Google Home and Amazon Echo

It's a good idea to pay attention to a product space when we see companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple competing head to head with their own devices. Smart speakers with virtual assistants continue to grow even though we're seeing attempts from some companies flounder with their first device. Microsoft has Cortana, and while they have...

Cortana Now Works with IFTTT, Adds Support for LIFX, Honeywell, TP-Link Devices, and More

Virtual assistants are constantly improving -- voice apps such as the Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple's Siri go toe-to-toe in terms of features. Other assistants, including Microsoft's Cortana, aren't quite as popular, but that doesn't mean they aren't getting better over time. Yesterday, Microsoft announced the addition of support for IFTTT and other services...

Microsoft to Integrate Cortana into its Skype Messaging Application

When Google introduced Allo to the world, it caught a lot of people's attention. Many were upset that Google had introduced yet another messaging application to Android while others were excited about the Google Assistant integration. It still left some worried about privacy in general, but Google promised that the data was safe and secure....