How are you going to get through this week? By following our guide to the finest films and TV shows available to stream, of course. On the list this week: '10 Cloverfield Lane,' 'The Boondocks,' and more.
You use it to talk to everyone else, so why not talk to your inbox itself? Now you can, thanks to Notion's skill for Amazon Alexa. The custom Alexa skill lets you check for new mail, delete old messages, and more.
Amazon has cut the minimum order for free shipping to $35, down from $49. The move appears to be in response to a recent Walmart move, which now offers free two-day shipping to all customers with a minimum $35 order.
Setting up smart-home devices can be painful, especially if you have no idea what you're doing. Amazon and iDevices both offer services that will help you set up or choose smart-home devices, and we gave them a try.
Amazon's Alexa has skills for ChefSteps' Joule sous vide appliance. Adding voice control to the low-temperature vacuum cooking method is like an extra set of hands. The appliance also just added Facebook Messenger support.
Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, has lots of neat skills. So many, in fact, it seems like a new one appears every day. Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Echo, Dot, or Tap.
Instead of landing its delivery drones in people's yards, Amazon might drop off packages using a parachute. A newly granted patent suggests a package's descent could also be controlled using compressed air and landing flaps.
Amazon has gotten the rights to Electric Dreams, which will be based on a series of short stories from acclaimed science fiction author Philip K. Dick, and will be executive produced by Bryan Cranston.
A patent filed by Amazon reveals potential plans for new technology that lets you control things in your home, like lights, with your eyes. The tech could make it so you can simply stare at an object with your eyes and get info or…