Nissan Sets A Surprise At 2017 CES With Cortana-Related Announcement
With the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) being just around the corner, participants appear to be generating more excitement from anticipating event goers as they release teasers of what to expect at the upcoming event. Apparently, Nissan has set a surprise that will be revealed at the 2017 CES and it has something to do with Cortana.
A Teaser From Twitter
According to report, Nissan has posted a tweet on Monday that Microsoft's Cortana will be part of what to expect in the upcoming 2017 CES that will take place in Las Vegas on Jan. 5, 2016. Given the fact that it is only a tweet however, not many details have been revealed regarding what exactly kind of surprise Nissan has for the people that will be participating in the event.
— Nissan Motor (@NissanMotor) January 2, 2017
It is possible that Nissan will incorporate the Cortana in its future models as reported. If it does, things will surely be interesting for the loyal customers of the automaker. Given the fact that Nissan has already teamed up with Microsoft in bringing the next generation of services to its vehicles, the possibilities are endless regarding the Cortana being integrated into Nissan models.
Microsoft's Automaker Team Ups
It appears that this is not the first time that Microsoft has teamed up with an automaker. Reports state that Microsoft has partnered with Harman in integrating Office and other features in the automakers vehicles. The Cortana however, was not one of them. In addition, it appears that Nissan is not the only interested party in the Cortana. Volvo is also looking at the possibilities of integrating the Cortana to its vehicles.
Wait And See
At this point, all interested people can do is to wait and see what happens next. In any case, the wait will not be long as the event will kick off in a couple of days. Whether the Cortana will be integrated in Nissan vehicles or not, is something that will be cleared at the event.
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