Gone the way of the paperclip
As expected, Microsoft has scrapped its digital assistant Cortana in Windows 11.
Siri, Alexa and Cortana never reached full potential
After years of telling us that the Internet of Things powered by voice activated assistants were going to be a big thing, Big Tech is finally admitting that they were too dumb to do what was claimed.
More Microsoft branded
The much missed, shy and retiring, delightfully understated former Microsoft CEO Steve “there’s a kind of hush” Ballmer wanted to call Voles Cortana AI “Bingo.”
Standalone mobile apps shut down
Software King of the World Microsoft is planning to shut down its standalone Cortana mobile apps as it refocuses on business users.
Might as well ask the cat, implies new study
Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana offered first aid advice which was so bad they might as well have suggested a course of leeches, a study has suggested.
Vole gives up on Cortana mobile voice assistant
The Cortana mobile app is going the way of all Microsoft’s assistants.
Only been in charge for a year
Corporate Vice President of Cortana Javier Soltero is calling it quits after being in charge of Cortana for less than a year.
Claims it is protecting users, mostly from malicious engines
On Thursday, in a move that may upset some Windows 10 users, Microsoft began systematically blocking all search engines other than Microsoft Bing for use with its Cortana search box and Edge web browser, citing reasons including reliability and "search experience unpredictability."
Got on better with Ballmer
Cortana might be pretty good at its job but it seems that it folds whenever the boss is around. In fact, it not only folds it shows him up completely.
Microsoft's relationship with Cyanogen never better.
More news involving Microsoft and Android. After Cortana became available for the platform as an app, Cyanogen has announced the virtual assistant's deep integration into its Android fork.