General Electric has introduced another step toward the fully connected home with the launch of Geneva, an Alexa “skill” that allows users to control WiFi-enabled GE Monogram, Café and Profile appliances with their voice, using an Amazon Echo, Dot or other device that runs Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant. Continue reading “GE Adds Voice Control With Amazon Alexa“
I recently posted about how Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa can communicate with many household appliances through the Dot and Echo. Now you can interact with your appliances, keep an eye on your child in another room and search for a recipe with a TCL tablet specifically designed to help in the kitchen. Continue reading “TCL thinks you’ll want this newest ‘Kitchen Accessory’“
If you don’t have an Amazon Echo you might not know that the virtual assistant Alexa has “skills.” Think of it as third-party apps that tap into the power of Alexa without ever needing native support.