"You basically can't use the internet without interacting with them," Gizmodo reporter Kashmir Hill says.
As its popularity increases, so do questions about privacy and security.
In addition to everything else Amazon can do for you — recommend books, stream movies, let you shop for appliances and clothes and gourmet food, and get it all by overnight delivery — the company also wants to put a video-equipped digital assistant in your house. This is the latest iteration of Amazon’s Echo speaker […]
Silicon Valley is well on its way toward a world of voice-activated interfaces.
Encryption, voice commands and 'intelligent things' will be big in the new year.
The company unveiled Google Home to compete with Amazon's Echo.
Another episode from Molly's dispatch, this time she tries out the Amazon Echo.
As software and cloud technology is becoming more advanced, gadgets are losing the spotlight and are becoming obsolete.