Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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Little girl asks for “Baby Shark,” gets Say Anything instead in viral video

If you thought the Amazon Alexa was strange because of its ability to laugh randomly at users or identify when you're sick, then you'll...
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Could Amazon Alexa be able to tell when you’re sick?

If you thought Alexa was weird, fear not, it's about to get worse. And it's not because the devices are going to start laughing...
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Netflix, Hulu exclusive shows lead to rise in piracy, study finds

Digital piracy is apparently on the rise thanks to the wealth of exclusive programs on streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go and Amazon,...
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Amazon’s store expansion is beyond perfect for introverts

Amazon Go is basically a dream come true for introverts. The cashierless shops allow customers to load up on snacks and walk out without...

Amazon’s Alexa will tell you what concerts you should go to

Amazon Alexa users can now receive concert information from Alexa, thanks to this latest Bandsintown and Amazon collab. The new Alexa integration lets users ask...

Amazon Prime memberships are about to get a bit more expensive

Amazon Prime is hard to resist between its access to thousands of TV shows, movies and songs on demand and its invaluable free (even...

Amazon reveals Prime membership numbers—and it’s massive

We all love Amazon Prime, but we didn't think this many people loved the service this much.  Read more: Apple’s new iPhones reportedly bigger, cheaper The online...

Amazon Music to delete all users’ MP3 uploads on April 30th

If you use Amazon Music's dedicated cloud music locker, it's time to go backup your uploaded MP3 files elsewhere—the streaming platform has announced that...

Ask Alexa to play the Song Of The Day, and you’ll hear Panic! At...

Yeah, Alexa knows what's up. If you ask your beloved technology device to play the Song Of The Day, you'll hear something familiar. That's right:...

Amazon Alexa devices are laughing randomly, and people are freaking out

People are freaking out because their Alexa devices are laughing randomly—and during the most inappropriate moments. Luckily, Amazon is already working on a fix. Read more: 10 weird band...

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