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Echo Dot (2nd Generation) – Black

  • Echo Dot (2nd Generation) is a hands-free, voice-controlled device that uses Alexa to play music, control smart home devices, make calls, send and receive messages, provide information, read the news, set alarms, read audiobooks from Audible, control Amazon Video on Fire TV, and more…
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First Sonos speaker with built-in voice control revealed

Sonos’ first foray into voice control speakers has been revealed. The speaker is a slim rounded cube with impressive sound, a plethora of streaming services, and most importantly a voice assistant. 236 more words

Gadgets

How Amazon Plans to Clobber Google Home and Apple HomePod With Its New and Cheaper Echo Lineup

Working to maintain its lead in the early stages of the market for home digital assistants, Amazon rolled a bevy of new and updated products on Wednesday, including an improved version of its Echo speaker and Fire TV set-top box. 388 more words

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The rise of voice control

These days it seems impossible to go anywhere without encountering technology with voice control embedded in it. It’s in our phones and tablets, on our laptops, in our cars and now in our speakers. 446 more words

Technology

Voice Control Fuels Smart Home Uptake

New report talks up smart-home accessory renaissance

Alexa, Siri and their voice assistant fellow travellers are underlining increased consumer demand for smart-home products, according to Futuresource Consulting’s latest Smart Home Consumer Survey. 258 more words

2017

Samsung Teases Foldable Smartphone in ’18; Facebook Testing Group Video App & Messenger Feature; British Warships Going Voice Controlled

Ahead of the launch of the Galaxy Note 8 on Friday, Samsung’s CEO of Mobile said that it aims for the next version of the Galaxy Note to be bendable in some way, and they are shooting for launching it next year. 195 more words

There’s an Obvious Way to Hack Your Voice-Controlled Buddy

❝ Siri and Alexa can hear more than you can—and that’s a problem.

You may have thought that you’d be able to hear any rogue attempts to control your increasingly powerful voice assistant.

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