A future Windows 10 PC with an Intel processor might be able to let its owner wake it up from a low power state just by saying, "Hey Cortana". That's the premise behind Intel's "Wake-on-voice" that was demoed today at the company's annual Intel Developer Forum.
Pocket-lint reports that the technology, which Intel developed in partnership with Microsoft, will allow Cortana in Windows 10 to always be listening, even in a low power mode:
"Wake-on-voice" will be incorporated inside Intel's processors but there's no word on when that might happen.
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