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Harman Kardon makes an Alexa killer!

last weekArts : Yanko Design

Harman Kardon makes an Alexa killer! So this happened. Just how Amazon suddenly debuted the Echo speaker with the Alexa AI assistant inside it and completely changed the smart-home game overnight (single-handedly...

Harmon Kardon’s Cortana Powered Speaker Invoke Takes On Amazon Echo

Audio specialist Harman Kardon and Microsoft has officially announced Cortana- powered speaker. It is the first Amazon Echo competitor to use Windows voice assistant. Invoke is an elegant voice-activated speaker, allows you to control...Show More Summary

Microsoft Gets Into the Smart Home By Launching Cortana Skills Kit in Public Preview

When we heard about the Harman Kardon Invoke speaker with Cortana earlier this week, we figured that news about Alexa-like functions for Cortana had to be coming soon. Sure enough, that’s exactly what we heard about today at the Microsoft Build developers conference. Show More Summary

Developers can finally tap into Cortana on Windows 10, Android, iOS, and speakers with the release of Cortana Skills Kit

Microsoft recently introduced a new Cortana-powered speaker from Harman Kardon. The company announced its plans for letting developers integrating their services into Cortana back in December of last year. The announced a new developer tool called the Cortana Skills Kit which will allow developers to tap into Cortana last year — and it was supposed […]

Microsoft partners with HP and Intel to deliver Cortana-enabled devices

Earlier this week, Harman Kardon announced new details of the Invoke, an elegant voice-activated speaker featuring the Cortana, Microsoft’s personal digital assistant. During Build keynote today, Microsoft announced that they have signed partnerships with HP on devices and Intel on reference platforms to deliver Cortana-enabled devices. Show More Summary

After Harman Kardon, HP signs on to launch Cortana-enabled devices, too

Earlier this week, Harman Kardon announced the Invoke, its Cortana-enabled Amazon Echo competitor. While Harman Kardon was the first company to integrate Cortana into this kind of device, it’s not going to be the only one for long. As Microsoft announced today, HP has also signed on to build similar devices. Show More Summary

More Cortana-powered devices are on the way from HP and Intel

Microsoft and Harman Kardon recently took the wraps off of Invoke, the first Cortana-powered speaker — but it looks like that's only a taste of things to come....

Amazon brings calls and messaging to Echo family

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Amazon kicked off the smart speaker race with the Echo, but the competition is fast closing in. Google followed up with its Home speaker, and Microsoft has entered the game by putting Cortana in a Harman Kardon speaker. To keep it ahead...Show More Summary

NEWSLETTER: BIG TWO FOR MAY 9

QUOTE OF THE DAY “Never Send a Human to Do a Machine’s Job” – Agent Smith (The Matrix) MICROSOFT FINALLY JUMPS IN ON THE SMART SPEAKER BANDWAGON THE STORY Harman Kardon and Microsoft collaborate to create ‘Cortana-powered competitor’...Show More Summary

Microsoft and Harman Kardon put Cortana in the home

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Amazon may have got the smart speaker ball rolling with its Echo, but competitors are starting to come thick and fast. Google has the (excellent) Google Home, and now Microsoft has teamed up with Harman Kardon to put Cortana in the home with the Invoke. Show More Summary

Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant will soon have its own smart speaker

2 weeks agoTechnology : Post Tech

Microsoft said Monday that it has partnered with audio equipment maker Harman Kardon to put the tech giant's voice-activated assistant, Cortana, into a smart speaker of its very own. The Invoke, as the speaker is called, will allow its owners to use the speaker like a phone, by using Microsoft's Skype. It will also have features similar to its […]

Microsoft's Cortana voice assistant will soon have its own smart speaker

A partnership with Harman Kardon produces the first smart speaker featuring Microsoft's smart assistant.

Amazon’s new Echo speaker will leapfrog competitors with killer pricing

Not so long ago we expressed the idea that one of the killer features of Cortana-powered speakers like the Harman Kardon Invoke was Skype voice calling. It seems even before the release of that device towards the end of this year Amazon has already leapfrogged them. According to credible reports from the Wall Street Journal, Amazon’s […]

Harman Kardon’s Invoke Speaker with Cortana is a Challenge to Amazon’s Alexa

Microsoft’s getting a little closer to making Halo real today. Cortana is making the leap from Windows 10 to being a fully fledged smart home assistant thanks to a new intelligent speaker made in partnership with Harman Kardon. The Invoke...Show More Summary

Microsoft and Harman Kardon team up to take on the Amazon Echo

There's a new competitor to the Amazon Echo and Google Home.        

Get ready for Cortana-powered Amazon Echo clones

Harman Kardon has released additional details about its Invoke smart speaker with Cortana inside, marking Microsoft’s first venture into smart speakers to compete with the likes of Amazon Echo and Google Home. First teased last December, the smart speaker will be able to do things like manage a calendar, control smart home devices, play music, and deliver […]

Harman Kardon unveils its Cortana-powered Amazon Echo rival

Harman Kardon has officially announced its debut smart speaker which includes Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistant. Called the Invoke, the device will rival the Amazon Echo and offers 360-degree audio, voice-controlled smart features and integration with Skype. Harman Kardon and Microsoft unveiled the Invoke today. Show More Summary

Microsoft & Harman Kardon take aim at Apple, Amazon & Google with 'Invoke' smartspeaker

Microsoft and Harman Kardon on Monday officially revealed the Invoke, a device that will take on the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Apple's rumored Siri-based device in the smartspeaker market.

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