Rachio Expands the Smart Home into the Smart Yard with Launch of Second Generation Smart Sprinkler Controller
From MotleyFool: Amazon first targeted the smart space with the Echo -- a multifunction home speaker that, while initially suffering criticism around its practicality (not unlike the Fire Phone), acts more like a capable virtual assistant with each software release. Alexa, the artificial intelligence built by Amazon to power Echo, can stream music from various services, update your calendar, or pull sports scores and restaurant recommendations for you.
But the Echo's fastest-growing use case is as a voice-activated hub to control your smart home. What makes it stand out from the competition is Alexa's powerful voice recognition capabilities -- something Amazon has worked very hard to make best in class, and for good reason.
Voice has already become the simplest method for running common smartphone tasks -- setting quick reminders or asking for directions without unlocking and navigating the device. It's the most natural and reflexive human medium for communication; untethered and hands free, voice doesn't require you to set down your bags, wash your hands, or jumble through your pockets to use your phone. Cont'd...
ISE 16 - In ISE Booth 5-U72, Procella Audio Features 11.4.11 Channel Immersive 3D Audio System with Trinnov Audio, Artnovion and Image Screens
Kickstarter - Ark, a 4-in-1 Bluetooth Speaker with Dual Parts, Launches Crowdfunding Campaign on Kickstarter
Marantz® Introduces the HD-AMP1, a Premium Digital Integrated Amplifier with Classical Elegance and Modern Connectivity
Records 751 to 765 of 2076