Siri, Google, Cortana: Which is the best digital assistant?

We have come a long way since Clippy, the annoying animated paperclip who helped us navigate Microsoft Office. Thanks to advancements in AI and voice recognition technology, we now have state-of-the-art digital assistants in the palm of our hands.

Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri can do almost anything you ask, from giving you driving directions to drunk-dialing your ex (thankfully never at the same time). But only one deserves to be called the best digital assistant, so we put them to the test.

The business owner’s guide to buying new software

Like it or not, there’s a software application dedicated to every aspect of your life. There’s one that helps you find a good spot for lunch, countless that help you catch up with friends, and some that remind you when to stop using other apps.

All of them are supposed to make life easier and more fun, but do you really need a hundred of them on your phone or PC? In business, installing more than a dozen apps is sure to confuse and distract employees from getting things done.