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For £995 you'll be able to order the extra-swish Mu-so from John Lewis next week. Other retailers get their hands on it in October.
Amazon products can now talk to Cortana for access to Microsoft software, while Windows products can now control smart lights and control music.
There will be a subscription and ad-free model, with the service launching in 2019. Disney, Fox, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Paramount and Warner Media are all involved.
You'll be able to use your smartphone to send music to any Alexa-enabled speaker, as long as you have an Amazon Music subscription.
All Alexa-enabled devices - not just those made by Amazon - will now be able to tell which speaker is closest to you when you give it commands.
The update goes live today, with smart televisions from Philips, Panasonic, LG, Samsung and Sony getting the feature.
The Kozmophone comes with a detachable Bluetooth speaker, mood lighting controlled via app and a cartridge from Audio Technica.
As well as DSEE HX and LDAC processing, the phone has a 6" 18:9 Full HD+ display, a 23MP camera and runs Android Oreo.
The Xbox One X and Xbox One S will now be able to play Vision content over Netflix - but do not support Dolby Vision Blu-ray discs.
The Sonos Beam, One, Playbase and second-gen Play:5 will all receive the update, letting you send audio from iPhone or iPad to multiple devices.
The app is available on iOS and Android, with curated podcasts, radio, and music content based upon your listening history.
The added functionality means you'll now be able to use your TV to control smart lights and thermostats, as well as being able to ask it about the weather or news.
The announcement comes ahead of fuller detailers scheduled for September's IFA 2018 trade show in Berlin.
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