There may still be the thick end of a week between now and the annually anticipated Black Friday, but Amazon has jumped the gun with some early offers – one of which is a £30 saving on its Echo Plus smart speaker.
Never one to miss an opportunity, Amazon is preparing itself for another weekend of deals with savings on the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot.
Two internet giants are competing to be at the heart of everything you do - from playing music, online shopping and searching the web to operating your heating, lighting and more.
The speaker, which appears to have the Cortana interface on its top, will be made by Harman Kardon. It's set to debut in 2017.
Looking to challenge Apple's HomePod, the next Amazon Echo will have more tweeters and better microphone software, according to sources.
UK owners of a Fire TV or Fire TV Stick will now be able to use an Amazon Echo device to perform voice commands.
The wireless speaker uses Amazon's Alexa voice assistant to do everything from playing music to finding local restaurants and calling taxis. There's also a new Echo Dot device.
You can turn your Android TV on or off, change channels, control volume, and manage playback. All by shouting at a little wireless speaker.
The HomePod accounted for 600,000 of the 9.2 million smart speaker shipments, according to Strategy Analytics research.
The update means you can now play Spotify tracks through Amazon’s speaker and use your voice to control the music played.
Following a recent update, Amazon's Echo speaker, which features the Alexa voice-control technology, can now be paired with other Bluetooth speakers.
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The Echo Dot can connect to a number of devices around the home to give the added benefit of voice controlled use while the Amazon Tap is a portable Bluetooth and wi-fi speaker.
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