First there was Siri: Apple’s virtual assistant that could help you with everything from scheduling appointments, to reading texts, to searching for the closest sushi restaurant. Then there was Google Now.
Finally, this past April, Cortana was released by Microsoft as an answer and new alternative to the two previously released virtual assitant / voice search options. So what did this new, Halo-inspired assitant have to offer?
A whole lot more, some are saying. Promising to combine the best aspects of Siri and Google Now into one, Cortana hopes to blow the popular and sassy Siri and functionality-driven Google Now out of the water.
Check out the latest news and updates from the newly released application, and feel free to let us know whether or not Cortana would be enough to convince you to switch to Microsoft mobile devices.
Microsoft “Research” Discovers The Obvious In Renewed Anti-Trust Attack On Google
Did you know that the higher a site is listed in search results, the more traffic that site is likely to receive? If you’re a search marketer, or anyone with a dose of common sense, you do. But Microsoft had research conducted to yet again prove this point, in an attempt to influence the ongoing EU antitrust review against Google.
Read more about how this research is more of a not-so-hidden attack against Google here.