Amazon's personal assistant Alexa can now check your risk level and offer guidance from the CDC by asking you a number of questions at home.
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Smart doorbell maker Ring announced today that it will now require two-factor authentication on all accounts, improving security.
Twitch is apparently not generating enough revenue for Amazon, and so the company is planning to offer its streaming tech as a service to businesses in an effort to make more money off Twitch.
Amazon beats earning expectations for Q4 2019, boosting its market cap over $1 trillion. AWS revenue increased by 34%, nearing $10B per quarter revenue.
Amazon is giving $40 off its Echo Buds wireless earbuds, bringing the price down to only $89.99.
Amazon is working with Visa to test transactions on the company's upcoming payment terminal system that lets you pay with your hand.
Sonos is taking legal actions against Google for infringing 100 of its patents after Google got access to its multi-room audio tech back in 2013.
Amazon is soon going to get into smart light bulbs with a new Ring-branded smart light bulb. The details are scarce, though.
Amazon already as a wide range of Echo devices under its own brand, but it's now adding another new device to the list: the new Echo Input Portable speaker with a built-in battery.
Amazon gets ready to challenge Intel and AMD with another new ARM-based chip that's 20% faster than before.
Amazon could be launching its own grocery chain in Los Angeles, and the company's already confirmed a store in Woodland Hills opening in 2020.
Amazon's Echo Buds might not just be regular earbuds, and Amazon might soon add the ability to track your fitness using the earbuds.
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.
Amazon is soon going to launch a brand new feature that will allow users to use Alexa to pay their bills. The new feature will allow users to simply use Alexa to not only pay their utility bills but even get information about their bills.
Amazon is putting a focus on privacy with new Alexa features after announcing a whole bunch of new Alexa-powered hardware.
Amazon's Alexa is basically everywhere. It's probably on your speaker, you can even get clocks with Alexa built-in, Alexa on your oven, Alexa on your ears and now, Alexa on your fingers.
Amazon is launching a cheaper Eero device with Alexa integration, and a new API that will let you use Alexa to control your TP-Link and ASUS routers.
Amazon has some new Echo speakers, but more importantly: it has a premium Echo Studio speaker that's apparently the company's most innovative speaker ever.
Amazon is launching an upgraded Fire TV Cube with twice the power as the original Fire TV Cube, along with new Fire TV Edition Smart TVs and a soundbar made by Anker.
Amazon working on a new payment system that uses computer vision and depth geometry to let you pay for things by scanning your hand.
Here’s a new perk for students who also subscribe to Amazon Prime: They can get Amazon Music Unlimited for 99 cents per month.
Amazon is facing a new antitrust investigation by the European Commission after preliminary fact-finding found the company using sensitive data that could potentially affect competition.
Google and Amazon finally squash their problems, introduce YouTube for Amazon Fire TV devices and Prime Video for Chromecast, Android TV.
Tesco is looking to build cashierless stores with Israeli startup Trigo Vision as Amazon looks to move into the United Kingdom's supermarket space.
Amazon is launching a new Echo Dots Kids Edition based on the third-gen Echo Dot with new parental features, more.
The team behind Amazon's most successful hardware is apparently working on a new wearable device that will be able to recognize human emotions.
Amazon employees wanted the company to slowly move to 100% renewable energy, but shareholders weren't too interested.