Amazon has introduced Alexa Skill Blueprints, a new way to create personalised skills and responses for Alexa.
Owners of 2018 LG TVs will now be free to integrate their home entertainment setup with the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Alexa Announcements has landed in Australia, meaning Australians can now use their Alexa-enabled devices as a one-way intercom system to share quick-broad messages with the whole family.
D-Link has launched two new advanced HD Wi-Fi cameras and an enhanced Mydlink App.
Kogan has announced that it is expanding its SmarterHome range, launching integrations with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Are people inviting these new, exciting, “smart” products into their homes only to be taken advantage of?
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