Earlier this week, it was reported by Windows Central that new digital assistants will arrive on Microsoft’s Xbox One devices. We’re talking about the people’s favorites, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. If you own an Xbox One, this should come across as great news.
Amazon has had a few Echo speaker offerings on the market for some time. The cheapest in the lineup of smart devices is Amazon Echo Dot. While Amazon isn’t yet ready to release a next-gen model, there is now a new variation of the popular Echo Dot. Meet Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition.
A new report from a trusted source has indicated the market share each Amazon and Google have in the up and coming smart home speaker sector. You might be surprised by the results.
Samsung unveiled Bixby when it announced the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ earlier this spring, and despite its evaluation by some as a Google Assistant or Apple Siri AI rival that should have never been born, the Korean giant is committed to its AI.
Competition in the connected home is heating up, and so are assistant speakers. Two of the more popular on the market today have been Google Home and Amazon Echo. And for the first time, the two have been set at an equal price point by their owners.
Amazon’s upcoming smart speaker showed itself a few days ago and is now official. It’s called ‘Echo Show’ and features built-in Alexa with a 7-inch touchscreen panel for information at a glance.
Lenovo wants to partake in the digital assistant market with a new gadget of their own, the Lenovo Smart Assistant. The device is a speaker, quite similar to Amazon Echo and Google Home. In fact, it’s powered by Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. Here are the details.
Starting today, AT&T customers can send text messages via the Amazon Echo smart speaker using their voice. This is a super useful feature, especially if you’re in a rush to get a message off or have your hands full or dirty.