Unless you have a fancy ride with a built-in phone charger, you probably need a good car phone mount or docking solution. One that can charge your phone wirelessly? Even better. One that you can use to control your phone hands-free via Amazon's Alexa? Even better-er! That's what the iOttie Aivo Connect promises, but does it deliver?
Good headphones are out there, ready to fill your ears with the kind of sound you're pining for, and that includes voice assistants like Alexa. The Sony WH-1000XM4 is the best of a tightly-contested group because of its penchant for opening things up beyond just Amazon's voice.
Amazon Echo devices are powerful smart home tools, but what makes them tick is the built-in Alexa smart voice assistant. Alexa is made all the more powerful thanks to Alexa Skills, which are kind of like apps for the voice-based operating system. Here's how to add Alexa Skills to your inventory, or delete them when you no longer want them.
If you're looking for the ultimate guide of the best products for Amazon Alexa, then look no further. We've compiled our favorite gadgets that either have Alexa built-in or are compatible with Amazon's smart voice assistant. These gadgets are sure to fit perfectly in your home.
Whether you buy an Amazon-branded Echo smart speaker or something from a third party like Sonos or Eufy, there are a lot of great Alexa speakers to choose from. That's why we're here to break down your options for you to help you make the best purchase decision.
Amazon's Alexa is not just the only smart voice assistant that doesn't give you the option of changing its gender, but it's the only one whose parent company insists IS gendered. Why is that, and is it a problem?
Home security cameras are growing in popularity because they're functional and adding Alexa is a great way to get even more out of yours. Here are the best Alexa compatible security cameras available right now.
Looking to make your home smarter? Check out these smart locks. They secure your home by making it tougher for would-be thieves to get in but also make you feel like a spy since you can often unlock with your fingerprints or phone!
If you were interested in the original Day 1 Edition Echo Frames but didn't want to take a flyer on a beta product, now's your chance to see what all the fuss was about. Read why we think the Echo Frames (2nd Gen) just might be the Echo device we've been waiting on to get Alexa out of the house.