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    Soon, it looks like you will be able to control your Xbox using Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa.
    We've been hearing for months that Microsoft was working on Alexa support for Xbox One, complete with voice control support via compatible Amazon Echo speakers. Today though, we've seen the first hard evidence that not only shows us Alexa support is coming, but also Google Assistant.
    Since the death of Kinect, Microsoft hasn't really provided users with a decent alternative for controlling your console via voice commands. Sure, you can use a headset to speak with Cortana, but who is wearing a headset while watching a movie, when all you want to do is control the volume on your TV?

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    06-03-2018 12:40 PM

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