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Virtual assistants can do far more than find the nearest gas station or get the score of a big game. Now they can help users schedule their next vacation.
Amazon.com Inc has gathered a broad coalition of companies in an effort to speed up the widespread adoption of voice-activated assistants including its own Alexa.
In a world suddenly fearful of touch, voice technology is getting a fresh look.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bApple Inc will again dominate conversations at CES, the world's biggest technology showcase. Only this time, the talk is extending beyond iPad and iPhone chatter to include 'Siri,' the voice app that is capturing consumers' imagination.
The group of kids, aged seven to 12, sat around a table, trying to follow along with the reading assignment. It was after lunch. Energy was high, attention spans short.
A wristband that will help you say "no" to junk food. A machine that will mix drinks for you. These were among the gadgets showcased this week at the CES technology conference in Las Vegas.
Introduced almost a year ago and shipped to the first invited customers in January, the sometimes-buggy Echo Auto is the most visible element so far of Amazon’s ambition to take Alexa on the road.
Every apartment at the Cardinal at North Hills, a two-year-old retirement and assisted-living community in Raleigh, comes equipped with a pull cord.
Amazon.com Inc said that Alexa, its increasingly popular digital aide that shoppers command by voice, is now programmed to handle a range of tedious office tasks.
Some two years after stepping into the spotlight, voice assistants are learning new languages and connecting to ever-more devices around the home – but mass adoption and widespread ease with the new technology remain some way off.