• Amazon Alexa now enabled on more than 20,000 smart home devices

    2 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    While U.S.-based e-commerce giant Amazon spent yesterday introducing a collection of proprietary Alexa-enabled devices , the company's digital assistant is also supported by approximately 3,500 other brands. According to Amazon's developer portal, Alexa is currently available on roughly 20,000 smart home devices from a plethora of brands including Belkin, iRobot and General Electric. Anyone interested in viewing the full list can do so by visiting Amazon's ‘Smart Home Products Compatible with Alexa' website.
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  • Eximius: Seize the Frontline Comes To Early Access Next Week

    Eximius: Seize the Frontline Comes To Early Access Next Week

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    Eximius is a FPS/RTS hybrid that focuses on squad-based combat, featuring an intense 5v5 multiplayer experience with each team comprising of 4 Officers and one Commander.
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  • Report: Facebook will announce a smart speaker/display next week

    2 monthes ago - By Liliputing

    Amazon unveiled a whole bunch of new Alexa-enabled smart speakers and gadgets this week. Next week it may be Facebook's turn. According to Cheddar, Facebook plans to introduce a set of smart displays that work a lot like Amazon's Echo Show. You'll be able to interact with it by voice and use the smart display...
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  • Bits: The Week in Tech: Are Robots Coming for Your Job? Eventually, Yes

    2 monthes ago - By NY Times

    In the next few years, it doesn't appear that technology will replace many jobs. But that could change 10 years from now.
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  • Facebook's ‘Portal' Smart Speaker Coming Next Week With Alexa Support

    2 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    In short: Facebook's repeatedly delayed smart speaker lineup is finally scheduled to be unveiled next week, Cheddar reports , citing sources close to the Menlo Park, Caliornia-based company. The display-equipped gadget will debut with support for Amazon's artificial intelligence assistant Alexa and be available in two sizes, with prices ranging from roughly $300 to $400, insiders claim. The Portal has been internally tested over the last several months and was already pitched to major retailers around the world, though it's still unclear how many will end up carrying the series. A “privacy...
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