It’s simple: Alexa still dominates all smart home integration. And with recent developments, Amazon’s voice assistant allows for even more impressive integrations, from smart thermostats to smart bulbs.
Last year, Amazon released dozens of new Wyze Robot Vacuum, Wyze sprinkler controller and — unbelievably enough — .And including our new favorites . But other companies are innovating as well: Just last year, popular camera developer Wyze introduced the Wyz Cam v3, Wyz Cam Outdoor, Wyz Thermostat, Wyz Video Doorbell, Wyz Cam v3.
And to follow up on last year’s launch, Amazon released another round ofduring their On September 28, 2021. We also got new Ring and Echo devices like the . got first look at And this . We’ll update this list once we’ve tested those products, so check back often for the most up-to-date recommendations.
Amazon’s voice assistant makes it easy to control devices in your home, set timers, and track how long it’ll take to get to your office. But privacy has become a growing concern as smart speakers and displays grow in popularity.
report thatUser privacy remains a concern, even after you delete an Alexa audio recording. Sen. Chris Koons, a Democrat from Delaware, Seeking answers about Amazon’s Alexa user data and how it’s stored. . The tech giant says it’s also For customers to remove their tapes.
Amazon’s latest smart display, the Echo Show 8 comes with a built-in camera shutter unlike earlier Echo Show devices.
Amazon is not alone., And other major tech companies have faced privacy issues of their own, raising questions about data usage.
Luckily Amazon and others are working to win back our trust. Have these privacy concerns deterred you from buying a voice assistant (Alexa or other)? Weigh in in the comments section below.
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