A smart display is simply a virtual assistant-powered speaker with a screen. The touchscreen adds extra visual functions to the smart speaker technology.
With Alexa Guard, Amazon has found a new way for Alexa to watch over and help you protect your home. Find out how it works and whether it is useful to you.
With an Echo Show Smart Speaker and Screen wit Alexa, you can listen to music while also viewing video content, all for $100 off the original price.
Do you struggle to find something to wear each day? Here comes the Amazon’s Echo Look camera.
If you have a Raspberry Pi, did you know that you can build your own Amazon Echo on it? Here’s how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an Amazon Echo.
Given that you’re within range of at least one microphone for the majority of your day, you’d be justified in worrying that someone might be listening to you.
A family’s Amazon Echo recorded their conversation without their knowledge and sent it to someone in their contact list. Should this be a concern?
It can be a little frightening to have a smart device in your house that is always listening. Learn how your Amazon Echo or Google Home is subjecting you to security risks and how to mitigate these risks.
Amazon’s virtual assistant has taken living rooms by storm. We’ve compiled some of the most useful tips and tricks that the average user can start using immediately.
When it comes to smart speakers, there are two devices to look for: Amazon Echo and Google Home. To make it easier for you when making a buying decision, here’s everything you need to know about Amazon Echo vs. Google Home.
If you’ve missed having certain features on the Echo, like voice recognition, one of these Amazon Echo alternatives should help.
One of the hottest things going now is the Alexa system for the Amazon Echo, and you can learn to build for it with the Amazon Alexa Coding Bundle: From Zero to Hero.
Did you just get an Amazon Echo for your house? Here is how to set up your Amazon Echo, Dot, or Tap, and the restoration guide when you need to reset the devices.
Amazon’s Echo, Dot, and Tap offer “skills” for the virtual assistant Alexa. Here are the top 10 skills for Alexa that most users will get a use out of.