Amazon superpowers Alexa routines with new features, introduces better email integration, more.
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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
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 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.
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.
Anyone interested in smart home technologies will immediately run into a long list of issues. And it's hard to know where to start.
Google smart speaker sales are growing over three times faster than those from Amazon, closing the gap in this critical market.
Amazon today announced a new Echo Dot aimed at kids and a new version of its parental controls.
Activision announced this week that it has released a beta set of Call of Duty skills for Amazon Alexa.
Ambient computing is the "next wave" of personal computing. But what role can Microsoft play in this future?
A credible report explaining how Apple failed to capitalize on being first-to-market with Siri has triggered some fan fiction.
Amazon's $1 billion purchase of smart home security firm Ring is big news, but it could result in a chilling new era of fragmentation.
Ambient computing is the next major wave of personal computing, and smart speakers are how we get there.
Microsoft's high volume, low-cost strategy was the winner in the PC market. But will it work with smart speakers too?
I often complain about Microsoft's aversion to hard numbers. Well, Amazon is even worse.
Sorry for the seemingly cheap headline, but it's not my fault. This topic creates a unique challenge for its author.
I am probably one of Amazon's best customers, but I don't really take advantage of their consumer tech products and services.
Even Microsoft was able to ship a smart speaker in 2017. How do you like them Apples?
In characteristic fashion, the e-tailer is offering unique benefits that play to the strength of its popularity with consumers.
Harmon Kardon's Cortana-based Invoke smart speaker briefly appeared on the Microsoft Store website today.
In a surprise event yesterday, Amazon announced six new Alexa-powered devices for the home, plus coming BMW integration.
Amazon is objecting to Google's decision to pull YouTube from its Echo Show smart appliance.