You will find plenty of power banks on Amazon for cheap albeit mostly from lesser known brands. That’s why most people end up buying the AmazonBasics power bank. These power banks are made and sold directly by Amazon thereby instilling a level of confidence in them.
Digital personal assistants are meant to help us in any way they can, which usually means offering up some quick information in the familiar voice.
Smart speakers are all the rage these days, along with the digital personal assistants on board. Even Apple is jumping on the bandwagon with the upcoming HomePod. And now Facebook wants in on the fun, too.
Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant is quickly expanding into various facets of our lives. Anker has just shown off a Bluetooth operated car charger, known as the Roav Viva, which comes with Alexa on board. This effectively converts any car with Bluetooth 4.0 A2DP into a smart car with support for Alexa voice commands. You can ask Alexa about the weather, directions, or even play your favorite tunes from streaming services.
While Amazon’s sole purpose is to sell things to people, sometimes it just feels like it’s necessary not to sell some things.
Amazon finally launched the much-awaited Amazon Prive Video app on Apple TV. It is great to finally get access to the movies and Prime Original series like the Grand Tour from Prime Video on Apple TV.
Back in late September, Google pulled the YouTube app from the Amazon Echo Show, a smart speaker with a built-in display.
Back in June of this year, Apple didn’t have a lot to announce in terms of software changes for the Apple TV. But it did announce the impending arrival of the Amazon Prime Video app for the set-top box.
Two months ago, Google removed the YouTube app from Amazon Echo Show saying that it provided a sub-par user experience and violated its terms of service.