The Virtual Assistant service will help users in your household to answer questions or make appointments using voice commands.

The service will be available for Windows 10 PCs, iOS and Android phones, and the virtual assistant can help answer your questions by reading out text messages, taking photos, setting timers, and even making coffee.

The app will be compatible with Cortana, Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Google Home, Microsoft’s Cortana, Google Now, and more.

The feature will launch this fall in the US and Canada.

The company said that users who use the service will also be able to use Cortana to schedule and manage their appointments and tasks.

The new service will provide access to voice-activated technology to help manage personal finances, schedule appointments, schedule reminders, control smart home appliances, and help people manage the amount of time they spend online and in their homes.

It’s worth noting that while Cortana can be used to make and receive voice commands, it doesn’t have the ability to make a phone call.

The first version of the service was released in December, and will be supported for a limited time.

Google says the service, which will be able answer more than 1,000 questions per day, is designed to “help people to make the most of their time with family and friends, and make life easier.”