Wired magazine is excited to present a new feature in our digital magazine, which is called Virtual Assistant.

Our Virtual Assistant feature will provide you with a detailed look at all of the virtual assistants on the market today, offering you the ability to compare and contrast each one to find out which is the best.

We’ll also tell you what the pros are saying about the best virtual assistants.

So what are the best digital assistants today?

According to Google, there are three main types of virtual assistants: Personal Assistants (PAs), Personal Assistant Assistant (PAA) and Remote Personal Assistantes (RPA).

There are also several others, including Google’s own Assistant and Apple’s Siri.

In addition, Google’s Assistant and its companion apps are available for a wide range of devices, including Chromebooks, phones, tablets, PCs, and more.

As the name suggests, a PPA is a personal assistant that has access to your Google account.

A PAA has the ability, for example, to send you messages and perform tasks that your PPA would not be able to.

The assistant can also ask you to perform specific tasks, like ordering a coffee, checking your credit card, or asking a friend for a specific amount of money.

A PAA is typically available for $25 per year and can access Google Accounts, Gmail, Google+ and more, as well as all of your personal data.

PAs are available to any Android smartphone, including the Google Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel C. And because they’re personal assistants, they can also receive and send voice commands.

Remote Personal Assistagers (RPs) are the more popular type of virtual assistant.

They’re also available for more than $25, and are typically available in multiple languages.

They are usually more customizable, as they can offer specific tasks like calling, emailing, and taking a photo.RPs are available in many different languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.RPS also have access to Google Accounts.

And as far as PAs go, there’s a very good reason why RPs are more expensive: they’re not very personal assistants.

They tend to focus on the basics, like texting or calling, and they can’t offer more advanced features like taking photos or asking questions.

And while you can use your RPs to answer your questions, you’ll need to pay them to do so.

The RPA, however, is one of the best options.

It’s a powerful personal assistant, capable of making your life easier and more convenient, whether it’s scheduling appointments or sending you reminders.

And since it’s only available in English, you can also find it for other languages, too.

You can read more about how to get your own RPA in our guide to the best smartphones.

Finally, there is the RPA that we’ll be looking at in this article.

RPs can access your Google accounts, Gmail accounts, Google Plus accounts, and all of Google’s other services.

However, if you want to create a virtual assistant and use it in your home, business, or online, there will be limitations on what the RPs ability to do will be.

If you want more details about how RPs work, check out our guide on how to create your own personalized virtual assistant or the RPS Basics.

And for those of you who don’t want to pay a monthly fee, we’ve also got a great guide on the best Android virtual assistants available today, too: Android Virtual Assistant, Android virtual assistant for kids, Android assistant for men.

We’ve also been asked a lot about the price of these virtual assistants, and we’ll share the pricing information in the future as well.

But before we get into the best of the bunch, let’s take a look at the five best Android personal assistants right now:The first one is the Google Home virtual assistant that’s available for just $30 per year.

The Google Home is the most widely-used Android personal assistant right now, with more than 50 million registered users.

It can read your voice commands and give you personalized answers to your questions and can also make and receive calls.

It’s also the most customizable virtual assistant available today.

You can choose the exact way it responds to your voice and the exact topics it’ll be able answer.

You could also have the Google Assistant answer questions directly, or answer questions on your behalf.

You’ve also gotten a ton of customization options for the Google home, including a built-in microphone and speaker for better sound quality, as detailed in our tutorial on how you can customize the Google voice assistant.

As a virtual personal assistant for Google, Google Home has access the Google apps that are currently available in the Play Store and in the Google appstore.

But it also has access and control over the Google services that are available outside of the Google Play Store.

For example, you get