The Homepod is Apple’s Siri powered speaker, aimed at rivaling Amazon’s Echo, Google’s Home, and Harman Kardon’s Cortana-powered Invoke speaker. It houses an A8 chip under it that gives it sheer computing power. Why would a speaker need sheer computing power? Because the Homepod is smart. Keep it anywhere in the room and it senses its location, matches it with the music its playing, and automatically equalizes it to make your music sound good no matter where you are.
Got the Echo Dot for Christmas and I love how much you can do with it! "Hey Alexa, dim the lights to From music, to weather, to answers to math problems, Alex is so smart! Don't ask her for political advice though :)
Got one of these a couple of weeks ago and I love it.
Amazon Echo may get a smaller, on-the-go sibling The e-commerce company plans to release a shrunken, cheaper model of its cylindrical speaker, code-named "Fox," according to a report. However, the new device may not include voice activation.
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Rokid Pebble voice assistant It's not just a cool-looking voice assistant like the Amazon Echo and countless others. The Pebble's twist: Melody, your guide, can recognize voices and change its activities based on the individual who's talking. Plus, it really is an assistant, with the ability to manage your calendar.
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The smart home has arrived — the internet is gradually making its way into everything from appliances to thermostats, and you’ll soon be able to control most things in your house from your phone. But letting WiFi connected things into your house is a big