We talk about the Google Assistant a lot because it’s essentially baked into our Android smartphones. But what if you could set Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to open by default? Some smartphones owners, who have reported on Reddit, have been able to do just that.
An update appears to be incoming to the Amazon Alexa app. It is said to bring overdue features and functions including Alexa voice commands.
The Amazon Alexa digital assistant is available on smart speakers, but up until now, has not been available for hands free voice control on a smartphone. This has changed with the introduction of a new HTC Alexa application for the HTC U 11.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock this week, than you know that MWC is taking place in Barcelona, Spain. Motorola earlier announced a pair of Moto G5 smartphones. Motorola’s parent company, Lenovo, introduced a range of new Android tablets at the conference. We also have some new Moto Mods designed to work with Moto Z models to tell you about. Here’s what we know.
Amazon debuted its Echo smart speaker based on the Alexa voice assistant platform, around three years ago. Since then, the technology has taken off remarkably with Amazon releasing a variety of Alexa-operated speakers such as the Echo Dot and Amazon Tap. In addition to working on a new speaker with a large touchscreen, the company has also licensed Alexa to third-party manufacturers. While Alexa has been generally well received thanks to its ability to control other smart home devices, one common [Read More]
Amazon is running an exclusive sale on its newest Fire TV products this week. Deals for the Spring season sale include $20 off Amazon Fire TV and $10 off a Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote bundle.
Amazon has introduced ‘Amazon Key,’ a service permitting the allowance of packages to be delivered inside your own home. Using different smart technologies, the service has been made possible. But you’ll need a few things to get set up.
Amazon Prime Day is in less than one week, and the retail giant can’t wait for you to open your wallet up! The retailer has begun offering some Prime Day deals ahead of Prime Day, scheduled to begin June 10 at 9PM EST, but there’s one caveat. You’ll need an Alexa-speaking device such as Amazon Echo, Echo Show, Echo Look, or Echo Dot to claim the offers.