It had been available on an invite-only basis. Starting next month, anyone can bring it home, with devices shipping out for $180.
Microsoft's smart assistant Cortana is expanding beyond Windows, Twitter's Periscope is rising on Android, and Amazon is getting crafty with competition for Etsy.
Stand aside, Siri. Amazon's Echo smart speaker, with its Alexa voice assistant, has plenty to say. Also, Microsoft makes Office free to use on mobile, and most messaging apps score poorly on security.
Google recently commissioned a study to show how cool voice search can be, but the findings don't always show the best side of either teens or adults.
The developer of Dragon voice recognition software wants to create home appliances that respond to voice commands -- even when they're off.
Not all drones are bad! Today on the show we'll talk about drones and future of sports photography, the death of Moviefone and Seth Rogen's part in a film about the console wars of the 1990s.
Brian Cooley and Tim Stevens discuss sensor-based hardware innovations with top leaders in the tech industry.
Samsung's flashy new TV remote has every control method imaginable baked in, from buttons to a touch pad to motion control and even voice recognition.
Are you ready to use your voice to control the new generation of consoles? They might not listen to you. Jeff and Peter breakdown how well the Kinect and PS4 cameras track your movement, voice, and more.
The voice control options are extremely basic, and the price increase just doesn't match the value added with the Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with Voice Control.
The Hiku uses voice recognition and bar code scanning to simplify grocery list-making, but we're not quite convinced a dedicated piece of hardware is the best way to go about it.
This tiny device uses bar code scanning and voice recognition to make phone-based grocery lists easy. What about trusty pen and paper?
Smosh tells CNET what it took to make it big online
Internet sensations Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla discuss how YouTube has changed and why among all their goals, "real TV" isn't an ambition.