You will soon be able to use your Cortana or Alexa devices to activate voice commands on the Xbox One. Let's go hands on.
Microsoft is finally bringing support for Amazon Alexa and Cortana-powered smart speakers to Xbox One, reviving classic Kinect functionality in the process.
Amazon is reportedly working on bringing its Alexa app to the Microsoft Store, with a release expected by the end of 2018.
Cortana and Alexa are now 'talking' thanks to Microsoft and Amazon working together. So, how does the preview look so far? We took the assistants out for a spin.
Cortana and Alexa become best friends as Windows 10 users can now use Alexa commands through Cortana!
Amazon is throwing in a $50 discount and a free Amazon Echo with Alexa-enabled Acer PCs for Prime members.
If you want to try Amazon Alexa for Windows 10 on any PC, well, this is the only article you need. Here is where to get it, how it works, and what to expect.
Amazon's Alexa app for PC is severely limited by region (just U.S.), lacks basic features, requires special firmware, and is only for "select" PCs. Still, there is some hope for it.
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