Cortana, Edge, and Microsoft Maps team up with NORAD to track Santa on Christmas Eve

Windows 10 Santa Maps
Microsoft is teaming up once again with North American Aerospace Defense Command to help track Santa Claus on his whirlwind trip around the world on December 24th. This year, that assistance includes support from many Microsoft services and products, includingWindows 10Cortana and more.
Microsoft began to add these features to many of its services earlier in December. The efforts help support the 60th anniversary of NORAD's efforts to help children track the path of Santa on Christmas Eve. Microsoft will help Windows 10, iOS and Android users of Cortana can ask the digital assistant, "Where is Santa?" on that date to get updates on his journey via NORAD.
Cortana Santa
In addition, visitors who use the Microsoft Edge web browser on Windows 10 to surf to theNORAD Tracks Santa website will be able to interact with an exclusive digital coloring book:
"The Microsoft Edge experience is new to the site, and gives kids opportunities to color in a maze, Christmas tree, presents, a wreath, reindeer, bells, snowflakes, snowmen and a sleigh."
Finally, the Maps app with Windows 10 will also be able to track Santa's trip around the world.