The Amazon Echo Input Portable is just like any other Echo speaker with access to Alexa, but its most important feature is a rechargeable battery. Find out how portable the Echo experience can be in our review.
The Google Home app has been getting new updates to better support Nest devices and now the app is getting ready to assist emergency calling details on smart speakers.
Do you know why Amazon has not been able to bring its Fire TV platform on most smart TVs and cable set-top boxes globally? Blame it on Google.
Dish TV’s sub-brand D2h, on Thursday March 12 launched its new range of connected devices which includes an Android-based set top box named D2h Stream and a voice-enabled stick with built-in support for Amazon’s Alexa, the D2h Magic.
Apple has been rumoured to be launching a tile-like item tracker “AirTag” for months and now a new report claims that the tag will likely feature a removable CR2032 coin cell battery like the Tile Pro.
US-based tech giant Google has announced that it will discontinue John Legend voice for Assistant voice on March 23.
IQAir is a Swiss brand that is currently assisting doctors in the Coronavirus-hit regions with its range of air purifiers, but the company says India has a bigger problem to deal with.
Google Home has been facing Bluetooth connectivity issues for a while now, with forums and Twitter threads full of complaints. Google has finally acknowledged the issue and is said to be working on a fix.
Zebronics on Friday launched a new home automation smart camera that comes with Wi-Fi, pan, tilt, digital zoom, and AI features. It is priced at Rs. 3,599.
Realme has announced that the company will launch five more 5G phones this year, and over 20 AIoT products that include wearables as well as smart home devices.
Apple’s Tile-like AirTags item trackers will be completely waterproof and use similar magnetic wireless charging to that seen on the Apple Watch, as per a report.
IBM, in partnership with four other companies, is developing a prototype suitcase that will use artificial intelligence to help guide visually challenged people. The company is working with Alps Alpine, Mitsubishi, Omron, and Shimizu on the smart suita…