These deals don’t last for long.
First up is a $ 5 discount on the Fire TV Stick, which drops it down to $ 34.99. The 4K Fire TV is also on sale for $ 54.99, which is a $ 15 discount.
If you’re looking for an Echo device, Amazon has you covered as well. If you missed out on previous Echo Dot you can currently save $ 10 on one, dropping it to $ 39.99. The 2nd-gen Echo is $ 15 off, making it just $ 84.99, and the Echo Spot is down to $ 114.99 from $ 129.99. The largest Echo device, the Echo Show is $ 80 off, dropping it to just $ 149.99.
These deals are only scheduled to run through tomorrow night, so don’t wait too long before placing your order.
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In the battle to become our smart assistant of choice, Amazon’s Alexa is currently losing out in one key area: mobile. Apple’s iPhones have Siri, and Android phones have the Google Assistant, but with the failure of the Fire phone, Alexa isn’t the convenient choice on any smartphone. According to a report in the Financial Times, Amazon plans to address this issue by launching a pair ‘smart glasses’ that can interact with Alexa.
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I hate my alarm clock. I like sleeping, and every morning, without fail, my alarm clock ruins that for me by loudly and unsubtly waking me up. Of course, that’s the whole point of an alarm clock, but there are other annoying things about my alarm, too. It’s old, it can only charge a single 30-pin iPod, and it can’t use my carefully curated collection of song snippets as alarms for shocking me awake in the morning.
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