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    Microsoft is making it easier to invoke Cortana on...the Invoke.
    In a small, but significant, change Microsoft has dropped the requirement that users say "Hey Cortana" to call upon the digital assistant when using the Harmon Kardon Invoke speaker. Now, users can just say "Cortana" to light up the speaker and begin making requests or asking questions.
    The shortened command does not work for Windows 10 PCs or on Android or iOS (yet).

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    03-06-2018 03:40 PM

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