The online mega-retailer's smart speaker seems to get smarter every day. Here's a rundown of the many tricks up "Alexa's" sleeve.
The Amazon Echo is a likable "smart" speaker that will grow on you as it continues to improve.
With a little help from IFTTT, you can program your own commands for Amazon Echo that'll have Alexa doing your bidding. Here's the step-by-step on how to do it.
There's another service you can summon using the voice-activated speaker. Just say, "Alexa, order me an Uber."
Spotify's premium subscribers will now be able to stream tracks and playlists to Amazon's popular smart speaker, complete with voice controls.
Thanks to an integration with Domino's, you'll be able to order pizzas to your Super Bowl party simply by chatting with the Amazon Echo smart speaker.
Although you can't use your Echo for actual phone conversations, you can use it to initiate calls and check voicemail. And you don't actually need Ooma hardware.
The e-commerce company plans to release a shrunken, cheaper model of its cylindrical speaker, code-named "Fox," according to a report. However, the new device may not include voice activation.
Vivint puts its Ping camera on display at CES 2016 -- and incorporates Amazon Echo tech into its broader security system.
A new integration between the Bluetooth tracking tag and the popular smart speaker means you'll be able to ask Alexa to help you hunt for misplaced items.