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Amazon Echo vs Dot vs Tap: Which is right for you?

Wondering what are the main differences between Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Tap? Join us as we take a closer look.
by Andrew Grush3 days ago2

PSA: PIN protect your Amazon Echo to prevent unwanted purchases

After a six-year-old girl who used Alexa to order a doll’s house and four pounds of cookies, it might be time to set up a PIN for your Amazon Echo.
by Scott Adam Gordon2 weeks ago5

Lenovo introduces Smart Assistant, an Amazon Echo for $50 less

The Lenovo Smart Assistant is powered by the Alexa software and is compatible with the Alexa app, starting at $129.
by Scott Adam Gordon2 weeks ago4

Amazon Echo can now answer follow-up questions similar to Google Home

Amazon has quietly updated its Alexa assistant for its Echo speaker so it can answer contextual questions similar to the Google Home speaker.
by John Callaham3 weeks ago10
 
 

And then there was Alexa: how Amazon Echo might solve a murder case

What started off as a group of friends watching a football game turned into a brutal murder. And there may have been a female witness in the scene.
by Brian Reigh3 weeks ago10

Amazon Echo commands – our guide to everything Alexa can do

Some of Alexa’s commands are pretty straight-forward like asking it “What’s the weather”. However, there are a ton of additional commands that you might not even realize exist.
by Andrew GrushDecember 20, 20168

Microsoft might have some secret weapons in store for its Echo competitor

Microsoft's Cortana-powered Harman Kardon speaker may look a lot like the Amazon Echo, but Microsoft looks to have a few secret weapons up its sleeve.
by Kris CarlonDecember 17, 201674

Amazon developing a premium Alexa-powered speaker with a 7-inch screen

Amazon is working on a touch screen-equipped Alexa-powered speaker with additional functionality in an attempt to stay ahead of increasing competition.
by Mitja RutnikNovember 29, 20164

Amazon Alexa can now help you prepare 60,000 recipes

Allrecipes has introduced an Alexa skill which allows users to search its catalog of 60,000 recipes and receive step-by-step instructions for each one.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 21, 20163

AT&T customers can use Amazon Echo speakers to send messages on Nov. 18

AT&T customers who own an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot speaker can send text messages to other with their voice starting on Nov. 18.
by John CallahamNovember 17, 20161
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