The HomePod is Apple’s first smart speaker. As a speaker, it’s fantastic. As a container for Siri, the company’s digital personal assistant, it still has room to grow.
Tesla is not a stranger to iPhone accessories, with the company launching cases for the iPhone 6s back in 2015.
Delivery robots are all the rage these days, apparently. And while most are finding a home on university campuses in the United States, Amazon has bigger ambitions.
You get a streaming service! You get a streaming service! And you get a streaming service!
If you want to get a digital personal assistant in your car, there are ways. And Amazon’s aftermarket option has apparently proven very popular.
Amazon’s Alexa might have started off as a pipe dream, hoping to compete with Apple’s Siri and Google’s own efforts (which is now known as Assistant).
What happens when you don’t own an Amazon Alexa-equipped smart speaker, but, following a request for data, you get over a thousand recordings with the personal assistant? One Amazon customer in Germany got to find out.
The digital personal assistants out there are already pretty helpful, but the companies behind these services are always working to improve them.
Back in November, Amazon and Apple confirmed that Apple Music was making its big debut on Alexa-enabled speakers, the ones sold directly from Amazon with that Echo branding.
Back in November, Amazon officially announced that support for Apple Music was coming to its Echo smart speaker lineup, with Alexa support in tow.