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Bose announced a new $350 portable Bluetooth speaker with a handle that could be the last speaker you’d ever need
The Bose Portable Home Speaker comes out in September, which is a little late for the northern hemisphere's summer season.
All the new products Amazon is rumored to be working on, from a futuristic home robot to Alexa earbuds
Amazon is rumored to be working on a new and improved Echo, earbuds with Alexa built in, and a home robot among other gadgets.
Amazon is reportedly planning to launch a new Echo smart speaker with better sound by next year, and it might feature a wider design.
Google workers listen to the recordings and transcribe them in order to make the technology better at understanding different languages and accents.
Amazon's Alexa device is now linked to the UK's national healthcare system's website to offer health advice.
Amazon’s Alexa for Business reportedly earned less than $300,000 in its first year as customers worry about privacy and struggle with functional...
Alexa for Business, announced with much fanfare in late 2017, has had a somewhat rocky start, according to one report.
Scientists are developing AI technology that could be used on smartphones and smart speakers to detect whether someone is having a heart attack.
Apple’s former Siri chief says today’s digital assistants still have a long way to go before they can really understand us
Apple's former Siri lead Bill Stasior says understanding speech more naturally is one of the biggest areas in which digital assistants will improve.
This $60 smart oil diffuser notifies you when water is low and supports 16 million colors — it also works with Apple, Amazon, and Google
This smart oil diffuser integrates with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant to provide your home with a nice scent in a hands-free way.
The Amazon Fire TV Cube with Alexa gives me access to all my favorite streaming services right on my TV — here’s how it works
The Amazon Fire TV Cube makes it easy to watch content across streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, and HBO right on your TV. Here's why I like it.