Companies also form retail partnership
This Saturday, American AT&T mobile customers will be able to send text messages at home and in the workplace using Amazon’s cylindrical and hockey puck-shaped Echo devices.
Google Cloud is planning to add GPUs as a service early next year, following Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and IBM’s Bluemix.
Antitrust? On your bike, EU!
Search giant Google said today it denied charges brought by the European Union that it has committed a really mortal sin called behaving in an antitrust manner.
Too much competition
Fruity, tax-dodging, cargo cult Apple is slowly realising that its Apple Music streaming product is about as popular as the Boston Strangler.
Step forward in home automation
Logitech did some pioneering work on the home automation front and its Harmony line was offering to turn on your TV, speakers and receive stuff with a press of a button. Now with Alexa support, you can simply say "Alexa turn on Netflix" and Logitech will provide the rest of the magic.
Tens of millions of songs joining Google Play, Apple Music and Spotify
On Wednesday, internet retail wholesale giant Amazon re-launched its Prime Music on-demand music streaming service into a full-fledged catalogue of tens of millions of songs, with single-user and family plans competitive with offerings from Google, Apple and Spotify.
Thalmic labs picks up $120 million
A Canadian based wearable technology company has announced that it has picked up a substantial $120 million investment from Intel Capital and the Amazon Alexa Fund.
Available September 28 or October 26
Amazon has just announced that British and German customers can pre-order Amazon Echo and Echo dot and they will get it delivered on September 28 in the UK, and October 26 in Germany or Austria.
Backing up its hardware
Samsung is finally getting around to backing up its 2016 UHD and HDR TV range by signing deals with European content providers.
If you are in the UK
Amazon has just issues a new Unlimited Storage plan launches in the UK for a flat fee of £55 per year.