Whether you buy an Amazon-branded Echo smart speaker or something from a third party like Sonos or Eufy, there are many great Alexa speakers to choose from. We're here to break down all the options for you and help you make the best purchase decision.
If you currently own a webOS-powered smart TV or one of the latest Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions, you are about to instantly gain some powerful new features. Broader Alexa voice control, Apple AirPlay2, and HomeKit support are rolling out to select smart TVs.
Smart products aren't just for the living room and bedroom. The kitchen is the perfect place to take full advantage of wireless connectivity, and you can control all of these handy devices with your voice.
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.
If you hate getting up off the couch to find there's a salesperson at the door, or you just want to check on who's at your porch while at the office, check out one of these smart doorbells that work with Alexa.
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.
Are you trying to decide whether you should use the Amazon Echo Dot or get the new Kids Edition? Outside of the different colors, there's not much difference here. It really comes down to whether you need Amazon Kids+, or not. Nonetheless, we break it down for you.
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So you have a bunch of Alexa-enabled smart speakers, and you're ready to automate your smart home, but you don't know where to start? That's what we're here for! This guide will help you pick the best lighting options for your Alexa-enabled smart home.
Amazon's Echo Show 5 allows you to interact with several different smart products, including Ring devices. Simply enable the Ring Alexa skill and you'll be able to monitor your home via your Echo Show 5.
One of Amazon's most intriguing Echo speakers may also be arguably the most boring-looking of its devices. At first glance, the Echo Flex may not look like much, but it's further evidence that Alexa is getting ever closer to the voice-first dream of ubiquitous home computing.