With antitrust regulators breathing down its neck, Amazon has extended an olive branch to other makers of digital personal assistants.
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Fitbit today announced the Alexa-powered Versa 2 smartwatch, a more affordable Aria Air smart scale, and Fitbit Premium.
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.
First announced in September 2018 for new Echo smart speakers, Alexa Guard is now available on all Echo speakers.
Amazon released a new version of its Alexa app for Windows 10 that runs in the background and enables hands-free use.
Amazon today announced that its Alexa customers now have access to a free, ad-supported version of Amazon Music.
The market researchers at Canalys claim that the smart speaker installed base will top 200 million globally by the end of 2019.
According to a new report, Amazon plans to ship Alexa-powered wireless earbuds in late 2019 to take on Apple’s AirPods.
A new report says that smart speaker sales hit a new record in the holiday quarter of 2018, with 86.2 million units sold.
Amazon announced today that it is now possible for anyone to create new Alexa skills with no programming required using Alexa Skills Blueprints.
Amazon said this week that there are now well over 30 million active users of its Fire TV family of living room video streaming boxes.
There are over 100 million Amazon Alexa-powered devices out in the world. But there are ten times as many Google Assistant-powered devices.
Amazon superpowers Alexa routines with new features, introduces better email integration, more.
Apple Music is coming to the Amazon Echo and other Alexa-powered smart devices, starting December 17.
Microsoft has brought Skype audio and video calling to the Alexa platform. And it works with all modern Alexa devices.
It's yet another not-so-subtle indication that Microsoft is pushing Cortana aside for Amazon's digital personal assistant
The launch of the Skype integration on Amazon's Echo devices seems to be right around the corner.
Amazon is now pushing its less well-known Alexa for Business offering to third-party Alexa-compatible devices.
I needed a few days to decompress after Amazon's massive set of announcements on Thursday. There is so much going on here.
Today, Amazon announced numerous new smart home products, among them a smart display that will include Skype video call support. Oops.
Today, Amazon revealed that it is dramatically increasing the number of Alexa-powered smart home devices it sells.
Look out, Apple, Google, and Microsoft: Amazon is trying to muscle in on this month of tech device announcements.
Lenovo announced several new consumer PCs, an "extreme" version of its ThinkPad X1 Carbon, three new Chromebooks, and new smart home devices.
Two new reports point to an inevitable conclusion: Google could overtake Amazon in the smart speaker market as soon as this year.
Amazon's Echo devices may still dominate the smart speaker market, but customers rarely use them to purchase goods from the e-retailer.
Amazon this week announced that it is bringing Echo Show capabilities to its Fire HD tablets, expanding its Alexa Everywhere strategy.
Anyone interested in smart home technologies will immediately run into a long list of issues. And it's hard to know where to start.