Arguably even more useful than summoning pizza, Amazon's line of Echo smart speakers may one day tell different users apart just by hearing their voices.
Since Amazon opened up its Alexa Skills Kit to developers just under two years ago, its Alexa voice service has managed to learn over 10,000 skills.
A central part of Amazon’s internet connected smart speaker, the Amazon Echo, is that it’s constantly listening for you to say the magic words to wake it from its slumber.
Horizon: Zero Dawn is, more or less, an entire game based around Arthur C. Clarke’s third law, which states that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” What would happen if only one person had the world at her fingertips? If only one person had access to a smart phone and the entirety of the internet, what advantages might that give them over their peers? Replace “smart phone” with “networked augmented reality device,” set things in a tribal world where anything the world’s inhabitants don’t understand is likely to be worshiped as a god, and you’ve got the basic setup for Guerrilla’s thrilling new game.
Today held the biggest sporting event of the year in the US and for those who weren't able or willing to shell out thousands of dollars to catch the game at the stadium, watching at home was the next best thing. That means taking in all the new ad campaigns that revolve around the event.
When looking for the best Blu-ray player for your needs, there are a number of things you need to consider. One of the biggest is whether to go for a standard BD player or take the plunge and buy one that can play Ultra HD 4K discs. While Ultra HD Blu-ray players are hitting the market, there is such a small amount of native UHD content available there’s still a compelling argument to be made for saving some money by purchasing a non-UHD Blu-ray player.