In an interview with Engadget, Microsoft’s Cortana team has revealed that Cortana will receive updates twice in a month. Apart from these two monthly update team has planned off-cycle updates as well. The updates to Cortana is not so tricky affair as it a sever-side thing mainly.
As for what’s ahead for Cortana in the US, the team’s planning to add future updates on a twice-per-month cycle. That’s not to say Microsoft won’t make exceptions for special events. Hendrich said they’re working on ways to throw in off-cycle updates “for things that are timely, urgent or especially badass.” This would come in handy for trending topics like the Olympics, breaking news or even sports. And since updating Cortana is a server-side affair, Microsoft can easily upload these batches of data strings and voice recordings directly to Bing, meaning users won’t have to refresh their hardware every time new features are added.
At Computex, where many new Windows Phones have been revealed, one device has stolen some limelight. Winstron Tiger is the Windows Phone with largest screen size at 6.45 inch. It packs a Full HD display and runs on Snapdragon 800 processor. This makes it only other high-end Windows Phone device other than top-end Lumias.