Alexa is starting to think for herself. The personal assistant that’s built into Amazon devices like Echo smart speakers and Fire TV may better distinguish itself from competitors like Google Assistant in the future by offering up not just facts… Read More ›
Alexa wants to be where the people are—not just in their homes. It wants to be where people walk, where they run, where they stay all day in the sun. Or, at the very least, that’s what Amazon is one… Read More ›
Kohler thinks its customers will soon ask their virtual assistants to fill up bathtubs, flush toilets, and get showers ready, thanks to a fleet of internet-connected hardware it will be showing off at the Consumer Electronics Show next week. Read… Read More ›
You’ll soon be able to ask Alexa questions when you’re on the go. Amazon announced that gadget manufacturers will be able to include the company’s voice assistant Alexa in portable devices like headphones, smartwatches and fitness wearables. Read more at… Read More ›
If you thought mobile transformed marketing and customer engagement, get ready for voice to change everything again. Read more at MarTechToday.
Toy maker Hasbro introduced an interactive version of its popular board game Trivial Pursuit for Amazon Alexa, the voice-activated digital assistant that works on mobile devices and Echo smart speakers. Read more at Mobile Marketer.
Amazon announced new voice-activated tools for the workplace, hoping that verbal commands—”Alexa, print my spreadsheet”—will handle common office tasks. Read more at AdAge.