Lowe's integrates Amazon Alexa into its smart home hub to control lights, temperature with voice commands
Nat Levy for GeekWire: Lowe’s is the latest company to take advantage of Alexa, the digital brain that powers Amazon Echo.
The home improvement giant earlier this week began rolling out voice-integrated skills for Iris, its smart home system. The new skills allow users to control Iris devices throughout the house with the sound of their voice. That means users can now say things like, “Alexa, set the temperature to 72 degrees,” or “Alexa, turn on the ceiling fan.”
Lowe’s makes a host of smart products under its Iris division, and not all of them are Alexa-integrated yet. For now it’s mostly thermostats, fans and light switches. Cont'd...
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