Build 2016 has one clear takeaway: Cortana is what matters, at least for now. At almost every product or service announcement at this morning’s keynote, Microsoft made a point to mention that it would also work with Cortana. At a deep dive event for press later in the day, Microsoft further highlighted its commitment to the digital assistant. Marcus Ash, Microsoft’s group program manager for Cortana, says the company believes Windows is the best place for voice conversations, and wants to make using Cortana as simple as stating a conversation. Her abilities on Windows are powered by two important ingedients:…

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