The Nano from Anova targets those looking to add sous vide to their kitchen without breaking the bank. It will also talk to phones over Bluetooth so you can control it through Anova's Android and iOS app.
C-Way, a new kid-tech startup, says its Memoo device will help curb the often annoying questions children ask voice assistants. The gizmo houses Amazon's Alexa, but includes parental controls plus extra kid-friendly features.
Ford announced that it will partner with Amazon's Alexa to let drivers ask Amazon's voice assistant pertinent questions while inside their cars. Queries include everything from finding destinations, asking Alexa to control smart home devices, to shopping for items through Amazon.
Built from high quality woods, fabrics and metals, the Snoo bed rocks children and uses white noise to soothe them. It also senses infants and adjusts its activity to match the mood and status of its occupants.
The Hydrao showerheads have built-in LED lights that change from green to blue to purple to red based on how much water you've used. These units also share info with Alexa so you can ask the assistant your H2O stats and if you've saved cash on your water as well as energy bills
How's this for a high tech mattress? Apparently, the Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed is brainy enough to automatically raise and lower itself to reduce snoring while you sleep. In the same way, the bed will make adjustments depending on body position plus how often you toss and turn through the night.
Sensory, the developer behind always-listening tech in phones, plans to bring a feature called VoiceGenie to Bluetooth headphones. It will allow your preferred voice assistant, including Alexa, to live directly in your ear.