You can now finally get Alexa to wake you up and turn your lights at the same time, or slowly dim your lights as you fall asleep.
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Customers who purchase any “made by Google” product, including the Pixel 4, will get some free perks from Google One
Each year, Amazon announces a tsunami of new Alexa-powered products. And each year, Google counters with … what?
Amazon announced today that YouTube TV is now available on its Fire TV devices for the first time.
With antitrust regulators breathing down its neck, Amazon has extended an olive branch to other makers of digital personal assistants.
European Union Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been given additional responsibilities related to digital affairs.
Sonos introduces three new products, including a speaker that supports Bluetooth and works indoors + outdoors, and a speaker for those worried about privacy.
Lenovo is announcing a new version of its Smart Display with a brand new design, improved display, and sound quality.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that Google will move its smartphone manufacturing from China to Vietnam.
Apple will do for Siri what Microsoft should do---but won't---for Windows 10.
Fitbit today announced the Alexa-powered Versa 2 smartwatch, a more affordable Aria Air smart scale, and Fitbit Premium.
Google announced today that it has added new functionality to the Lenovo Smart Clock and, presumably, to future Smart Clocks.
With its Nest smart home business now integrated into Google Home, Google is enabling Nest users to migrate to Google accounts.
Google announced this week that it is adding assignable reminders to its Assistant to help families or housemates stay organized.
After a year-long naming competition, OnePlus revealed this week that its fans have absolutely no imagination at all.
Huawei unveiled Harmony OS, a new platform for digital devices, this week. But it will not use it in any smartphones this year.
Today, Google committed to making the delivery of its hardware products to and from customers carbon neutral by 2020.
As I write this, we’re about two-thirds of the way through this year’s home swap, which is taking place near Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Apple said Thursday that it is suspending a program that “grades” Siri voice commands issued by users because of privacy concerns.
Microsoft revealed this week that it will remove Cortana from Xbox One and will evolve how voice commands work on the console.
JBL this week announced the first TV soundbar to offer an Android TV experience, complete with Google Assistant support.
The Google Store is hosting a summer sale with huge savings on Pixel 3/3XL, Google Nest Hub, Google Home Mini, and more.
The $80 Lenovo Smart Clock is now available for purchase at Best Buy and Walmart in the United States.
Amazon today announced a smaller version of its Echo Show smart display that will retail for just $90 when it goes on sale in June.
Apple and Google are both terrible in their own ways. But while one has the upper hand when it comes to marketing privacy, that won't help it win this war.
Excited by the possibility of integrating Sonos smart speakers into my whole-house audio system, I purchased a Sonos One recently.
Lenovo’s new Smart Clock is a modern take on the alarm clock with Google Assistant support, voice control, and touch navigation.