An Alexa-powered microwave and wall clock were just the tip of the Alexa iceberg today.
Australia was the first to get its hands on the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4.
Emails discussed how to "leverage" the web giant's search function to counter Trump's controversial ban, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Liam O'Connor is one of a handful of Tesla execs to exit amid current climate.
Amazon has unveiled a microwave that can be controlled using its Alexa voice assistant.
LEDs on this clock add at-a-glance convenience to your Alexa timers.
And the $60 microwave will automatically order more when you run out.
Amazon's most popular smart speaker gets a fabric makeover and a boost in sound quality for the same price.
A redesigned Echo Dot, a smart microwave and a subwoofer are just some of the new things Amazon unveiled at its September event.
The smart power plug allows you control older appliances, like lights or coffee makers.
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Commentary: Sorry Amazon, $25 is too much -- especially when cheaper plugs can also work with Google Home.
Cord-cutters get a new goody for their antennas, complete with Alexa and no monthly fees.
The Model 3 received top scores in every category tested by NHTSA, including standard safety equipment.
The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4 launch in-stores Sept. 21.
The warnings could bring more scrutiny of Google in Washington.
Check out the origami-style packaging of the new Apple Watch.
If you love Alexa, you're going to have so many more ways to use it.
Hulu, Amazon, and Netflix seem to have all settled on one recipe for success: rebooting cult classic TV series that didn't quite hit it big in their original broadcast runs. Netflix grabbed Arrested Development (for better or worse), Amazon picked up The Expanse. Now Variety reports that Hulu is going for an even deeper cut: Veronica Mars.
The cult-classic feminist crime drama premiered on UPN in 2004 and continued for three seasons. The last ran on The CW. Between its ties to struggling new broadcast networks and the fact that it was way too smart and had way too much social commentary for its own good—especially for a series that was framed as a teen show but that in a lot of ways really wasn't—the series met an early mid-season demise with low ratings.
It found a cult following on DVD before the streaming hype hit full volume, and in 2013, creator Rob Thomas, star Kristen Bell, and others banded together to launch a Kicksarter campaign to follow it up with a feature film. That campaign raised $5.7 million compared to its target of $2 million and was, at the time, one of the most successful Kickstarters yet.
The bigger iPhone XS is all about more screen, more battery life... and more money.