Deal Alert: Amazon Echo Show is now available at just $200

Deal Alert: Amazon Echo Show is now available at just $200

Deal Alert: Amazon Echo Show is now available at just $200

Alexa, can now recognise different voices to ensure that the responses are personalised for each user. willing to team up with competitors Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google if it would help improve customers' experience with its Alexa voice-activated virtual assistant, an executive working on the platform said. The feature is being rolled out to the original Echo as well as the Echo Dot and Echo Show speakers.

The back-and-forth of feature additions between Google and Amazon on their smart speakers is becoming one long, tedious yet fascinating, tennis rally. However, it should be kept in mind that touch-to-talk devices such as Fire TV remote and Amazon Tap do not support voice profiles.

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AI-powered speaker Google Home has introduced several features and after Google, its rival Alexa is now capable of recognizing multiple voices and giving personalized answers.

At launch, the feature will support Flash Briefings, shopping, Amazon Music's family plan and Alexa to Alexa calling. Alexa will recognize their voice without you having to manually switch between profiles, or tell Alexa who you are. In order to train Alexa to know your voice, you will have to access the Settings menu. Over on the Amazon careers website, you can now apply for the position of data specialist, to join the dedicated Amazon Echo team right here in Cambridge. After completing the training, voice profile will work across other Alexa devices including Echo series devices, tablets, smartphone and third-party Alexa-enabled devices.

Sales of voice-activated wireless speakers are set to surge this holiday season as a raft of devices from established and new competitors hit the market, a research firm predicted Thursday.

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