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You can now control the Nvidia Shield TV with Alexa

You can now control the Nvidia Shield TV with Alexa Shield TV, Nvidia’s streaming media set-top box introduced last year, is going hands-free by way of Alexa. The company announced this morning the launch of a new Amazon Alexa skill which will enable Shield TV owners in the U.S. to navigate their […]

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Facebook Messenger internally tests voice commands for chat, calls

Facebook Messenger internally tests voice commands for chat, calls Facebook Messenger could soon let you user your voice to dictate and send messages, initiate voice calls, and create reminders. Messenger for Android’s code reveals a new M assistant button atop the message thread screen that activates listening for voice commands for those […]

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Amazon Music’s app adds hands-free listening, courtesy of Alexa

Amazon Music’s app adds hands-free listening, courtesy of Alexa In September, Amazon announced it was adding support for Alexa voice control to its Amazon Music app for iOS and Android. However, it was implemented as a tap-to-talk function – something that didn’t quite mesh with the hands-free voice control experience Alexa is […]

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TiVo adds Alexa voice control to its DVRs

TiVo adds Alexa voice control to its DVRs {$inline_image} TiVo’s DVRs are getting Alexa support. The company is announcing its lineup of DVRs, including Series 4 (Premiere), 5 (Roamio), and 6 (Bolt) boxes like TiVo BOLT VOX introduced last fall, will be gaining support for Amazon’s virtual assistant, Alexa. The assistant will be able […]

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Josh.ai raises $11 million for a premium home automation system with a smarter AI

Josh.ai raises million for a premium home automation system with a smarter AI  One of the promises of voice-based computing is the ability to make home automation simpler – something that major tech companies, including Amazon, Apple and Google, are now tackling with their own voice assistants and smart speakers. But their […]

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