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Amazon Echo goes on sale: new model coming later this month?

Amazon's Alexa-powered speaker has had its price slashed from $180 down to $150,
by Scott Adam GordonMay 8, 20171

GE’s new smart lamp is also a smart assistant, thanks to Alexa

The newly revealed C by GE Sol smart lamp is the first such device that includes support for Amazon's Alexa voice command assistant.
by John CallahamMay 5, 20172

Deal: Amazon has big discounts on Spigen’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus cases

Amazon currently is selling a number of Spigen's cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus phones for very deep discounts.
by John CallahamMay 4, 20173

The Ecobee4 smart thermostat with Alexa voice support launches for $249

The latest smart thermostat is the Ecobee4, which includes built-in voice command support from Amazon's Alexa assistant service.
by John CallahamMay 3, 20174

Amazon brings kids entertainment package FreeTime Unlimited to Google Play

Previously exclusive to Amazon Kindle devices, FreeTime Unlimited has now been opened up to Android products too.
by Scott Adam GordonMay 3, 2017

Comixology Unlimited adds Marvel titles to its “all you can read” service

Comixology Unlimited, the "all you can read" subscription option to Amazon's Comixology digital comics service, had added titles from Marvel Comics.
by John CallahamMay 2, 20173

Amazon Alexa can now whisper or scold you

Amazon has released new features for Alexa that allow for whispering, bleeping out expletives, substituting words and modifying rate of speech and emphasis.
by Kris CarlonApril 29, 20173

Amazon is shutting down its Underground Actually Free Android app program

Amazon has revealed it plans to phase out its current Underground Actually Free Android app store program by the end of 2019.
by John CallahamApril 28, 201719

Amazon Echo with built-in screen rumored for next month

"A person familiar with plans" has told CNET Amazon is planning to launch yet another Echo product; one that will come with a built-in screen.
by Edgar CervantesApril 27, 20171

The Amazon Echo Look camera extends Alexa into the fashion world

Amazon has announced its newest Alexa-powered hardware product, the Echo Look connected camera, designed specifically for taking fashion photos and videos.
by John CallahamApril 26, 2017
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