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Snapdragon 855 performance and benchmarking: Speed Test G, AnTuTu & Geekbench

by Gary Sims January 15, 20190 comments
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Android Authority’s CES Top Picks 2019 Awards

by Jimmy Westenberg January 10, 20190 comments
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Huawei Mate 20 Pro camera review

by Edgar Cervantes January 15, 20190 comments
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LG in 2019: No more excuses

by Hadlee Simons January 15, 20190 comments
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Alexa, what’s new with Edifier’s latest smart speakers?

Convenience and quality come to the home in 2019.
by Lily KatzJanuary 6, 2019

Focals are similar to Google Glass, but powered by Alexa, and cost $1,000

Google Glass comparisons are expected, but these things at least look like a regular pair of glasses.
by C. Scott BrownOctober 26, 2018

Who needs Kinect? You can now control your Xbox One with Alexa and Cortana

Who says you need a Kinect or headset for voice commands on Xbox One? Certainly not Microsoft, thanks to the Xbox Skill.
by Hadlee SimonsSeptember 6, 2018

Amazon Echo commands – our guide to everything Alexa can do

Want to know what kinds of Amazon Echo commands you can say to get the connected speaker to do stuff for you? Here are the Echo commands you need to know.
by Andrew GrushMarch 20, 2018
 
 

Muse Auto smartens your car with Alexa

Alexa is reaching all kinds of devices, and a new product attempts to bring it to your automobile. Enter Muse Auto, the device that will make your car smarter.
by Edgar CervantesFebruary 11, 2018

Can we all agree that we do not want ads on our smart speakers?

This is not to say Amazon is not testing out ways to tap advertising in Alexa's skills, but the company said there are no plans to include ads in Alexa.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 29, 2018

You can now use your voice in the Alexa app for Android

The update basically adds Alexa to the Alexa app, which has been a long time coming.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 19, 2018

More Alexa-powered smart speakers are coming, thanks to Qualcomm

Qualcomm and Amazon have just announced that Qualcomm’s Smart Audio platform has been qualified by Amazon for the Alexa Voice Service.
by Robert TriggsJanuary 8, 2018

You’ll soon be able to use augmented reality smart glasses to talk to Alexa

Vuzix says its Alexa-backed AR glasses will be available during the second quarter of 2018 for around $1,000, though it hopes to bring the price down to $500 by 2019.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 7, 2018

Amazon wants to put Alexa in your kitchen, on your wrist, and in your ears

The new developer tools make it possible to put Alexa in headphones, smartwatches, fitness trackers, and even microwaves and ovens.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 5, 2018
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