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Windows Phone skeptic says Cortana ‘blows away Siri and Google Now’

04
Apr
2014

Voice-enabled personal assistants are cool things to have but are they really an important enough feature to get people to change platforms? ZDNet’s Matthew Miller, who was initially worried that Microsoft’s new Cortana service would be another “me-too” product that copied Siri and Google Now, now says that after trying it out this week that it’s the real deal and it could win over some iOS and Android coverts. What is it about Cortana that’s won Miller’s heart? In the first place, he likes that Cortana seems just as useful without voice input as she does with voice input. Because the software is designed to work the same with both voice and text commands, Miller says that it’s a great option

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