The most important news in 2018 is not that Microsoft is expanding its services into the Xbox One and the PC.
The news is that it is expanding those services into other platforms, including mobile devices, tablets, and laptops.
Microsoft announced this week that its Cortana voice assistant is now available on Windows 10 mobile devices.
Cortana is a voice assistant that helps users search for information and makes recommendations for items in the Store, among other things.
It is also available to other platforms.
Microsoft launched Cortana in October 2017 and its Windows 10 Mobile app for Windows phones and tablets has been available since June 2018.
Microsoft is now also adding Cortana to Windows 10 PCs and tablets running Android and iOS, and will roll out the app to those devices in early 2019.
Cortana will be available on mobile devices running Windows 10 OS versions 1511, 1514, and 1607 and for tablets running Windows 8.1.
Cortana’s new features will be a big deal for consumers and developers alike.
For developers, Cortana will give developers a new way to sell products on the Windows Store.
It will also make it easier for users to find products from the Windows Phone Store.
For consumers, Cortana can be used to find and manage the apps they want to download from the Store.
This will allow them to quickly browse the Windows 10 Store, find the product they want, and find it without having to open a browser or navigate to the Store website.
Cortana can also be used as a personal assistant, as it can do voice-activated tasks, such as turning on your lights or answering questions.
Microsoft will also offer Cortana as a standalone app for developers.
The Cortana voice-operated assistants have had a difficult time finding a home in the past.
But Cortana is poised to make a big impact on Windows devices, which is exactly why it is a must-have app for Microsoft’s developers.
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Cortana uses voice and visual search technology to understand the way you interact with the Windows PC.
It learns how you use the device, and learns how it looks like when you are using the device.
Cortana learns your voice and voice commands and learns your location.
Cortana understands and responds to your voice commands to help you get things done.
Cortana knows what you want to do and what to do.
Cortana does not need to know what you are typing or how long you are talking.
Cortana provides the most powerful voice assistant on any platform.
Cortana automatically finds the apps you are looking for and offers suggestions based on the information you provide.
Cortana remembers your most frequently used commands, so you never forget them.
Cortana has a new user interface for Windows devices that makes it easier to learn and use Cortana on Windows phones.
Cortana also offers an interface that lets you customize your voice, so it is easier to remember the commands you use to find what you need.
Cortana supports more than 30 languages, and it learns what you type.
Cortana features an integrated search feature, which lets you quickly search for the content you want in the store.
Cortana even learns how to identify new and relevant information about products, people, and locations.
Cortana works with Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 apps to search for products.
Cortana doesn’t use any third-party apps to help users find information or services.
Cortana integrates with Microsoft’s Store, allowing users to discover and buy from products, services, and other Windows apps.
Cortana helps you stay connected to all of your devices, even when you’re away from your PC.
Cortana keeps your personal information safe and secure.
Cortana allows you to keep your contacts, photos, contacts, and calendars, and Cortana also works to sync your phone to your PC and other devices.
Microsoft recently released a Windows 10 app for mobile devices that integrates Cortana.
Microsoft has said it plans to add support for the Cortana app on Windows 8 and 10 PCs, as well.
Microsoft plans to roll out Cortana to PCs, too.
Cortana should be available to developers as soon as the Windows App Developer Program opens up in October.
Cortana, however, won’t be available until at least 2019.