Alexa takes it up a notch. She has more help for you now.

Amazon's voice assistant Alexa, just got more useful. Last week at a conference the retail giant announced a new Alexa feature that makes it possible to use the assistant as a repository for small bits of information. The feature, which has started being rolled out to users in the U.S., has been dubbed "Remember This." To use it, you'd say, for example, "Alex, remember Brian's birthday is May 11," and Alexa will respond saying, "Okay. I will remember Brian's birthday is May 11." Then when you need to remember when Brian's birthday is, you can ask Alexa, "Alexa, when is Brian's birthday," and Alexa would reply, "This is what you told me: Brian's birthday is May 11." Would this kind of feature drive you to use any voice assistant (if you don't use one already), or not really?

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