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    Microsoft ecosystem users have been left with little alternative in the voice assistant space.
    Earlier this week, Microsoft struck the final nail in the coffin for Cortana as a "traditional" digital assistant. Starting in early 2021, people will no longer be able to use Cortana for the usual things you'd want to use a digital assistant for on iOS, Android, Surface Headphones, and the dedicated Harman Kardon Invoke speaker. Cortana, in the eyes of most people, is dead.

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    08-05-2020 11:11 AM

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