Microsoft and NORAD to help you track Santa on Christmas Eve, brings Cortana along too

It's that time of year again and Microsoft is ready to help you and your young ones track Santa's journey from the North Pole. Microsoft is once again partnering with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) in creating a holiday site that will not only allow you to track Santa, but is also filled with holiday themed activities.

Although you will only be able to track Santa for one night on Christmas Eve, the site also offers games, movies, music, library, and a gift shop. Each day, much like an Advent Calendar, a new game will be unlocked through the site.

This year, NORAD will also be using a 3D globe with a Bing Maps overlay. During each stop, users will be able to access fun facts and unique imagery for each location. For those that have access to Cortana, she will also be on board as asking her "Where is Santa now" will give you accurate updates about Santa's location.

If you are looking for a little more holiday cheer, we have a giveaway going on right now too.

Source: NORAD

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