On Thursday, Amazon confirmed a report from local Seattle CBS affiliate KIRO-7 about an Oregon family's Amazon Echo sending a private audio conversation to a random person on their contact list.
Naturally, people are panickingAlexa is spying on us!
Lego and Alexa. Name a more iconic duo.
The toy company has announced an Amazon Alexa skill that will tell kids exactly how to build and play with their Legos.
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Prime members, listen up. You can save $15 on an Amazon Fire 7 tablet and get it for less than $40. Got your attention yet?
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Equipped with Alexa, the Fire 7 tablet can get you all the
It's not quite "Alexa, play that one song I heard that time with no other details whatsoever," but it's close.
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Amazon Echo users can now ask Alexa to play songs based on "time
Bad news, Amazon Echo owners: In a weird case of life imitating art, Alexa appears to have actually lost her voice.
A widespread issue appears to be affecting Alexa's ability to communicate with Echo speakers.
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Amazon wants to give Alexa a new brain.
The company is currently at work on a new processor for its Echo speakers that would make Alexa faster and smarter, according to a new report.
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Amazon crushed 2017, financially. But looking ahead, CEO Jeff Bezos wants us all to focus on one name: Alexa.
Alexa may not be the main driver of Amazon's revenue — that's Amazon Web Services (AWS) and online commerce — but the
Amazon and friends are getting hyped for the Super Bowl. The company released a hilarious Super Bowl ad on its YouTube channel on Wednesday.
The ad depicts a fictional scenario in which Alexa loses her voice. The company must scramble to find
We're just a few days away from the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots facing off in Super Bowl LII, and one of tech's most famous gadgets has apparently already picked a side.
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