Amazon Alexa is quite possibly one of the best things to ever happen to your smart home.
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The voice assistant is capable of quickly ordering pizza from Domino's or Pizza Hut, playing
Alexa is really useful for reordering things on Amazon like toilet paper, Kraft Mac & Cheese, and Duracell batteries, but did you know the voice assistant is also good at connecting with other apps, especially for dating and romance?
"Alexa, can I get a toothbrush?"
At the mention of Amazon's digital assistant, the light ring on the white Echo Plus sitting on the end table lights up, then blinks for a second after the question is asked. Ordinarily, if you made that query to the
Amazon Alexa is the retail giant’s "personal assistant" that lives inside of every Amazon Echo and Amazon Fire TV Stick device. The smart digital assistant helps you with virtually any task, such as giving you weather updates or playing music
Bethesda Softworks used its E3 2018 showcase as an occasion to share what appears to be a cancelled April Fool's joke.
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Guess no one wants a life of accidentally activating Amazon's Alexa.
The name Alexa has declined in popularity for newborns since the AI voice assistant debuted in 2014, as detailed in a blog post by University of Maryland sociologist Phillip Cohen
We just got our first taste of how digital assistants will talk to each other.
At its Build 2018 developers conference, Microsoft showed how its AI assistant, Cortana, will interact with Amazon Alexa, assuming you use both. Since many use Alexa at
"I'm sorry, Alexa. I'm afraid I can't do that."
No one seems particularly freaked out at the idea of computers in our homes that listen to us, respond to questions, even take direct control of various living conditions. Maybe this HAL-9000 replica
Some people are creeped out enough having an Amazon Echo constantly listening to their every move in their home. But it gets even more disturbing than that.
As first reported by BuzzFeed, some Amazon Alexa users are reporting that their
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