Amazon Devices Event 2018 Complete Coverage

We hope you get along well with Alexa, because she’ll be lurking just about everywhere this year. Amazon just unveiled 12 new smart devices, from wall clocks to microwaves, and they start as low as $25. The additions include refreshes to existing designs, like the Echo Dot and Echo Show, as well as entirely new models, like the bass-boosting Echo Sub. Audiophiles will also appreciate the Echo Link and Link Amp, which make it easier to add Alex to existing home theater systems. The microwave and wall clock sneak Alexa into your home discreetly, and a new Echo Auto allows you to bring her along for a ride in your car now, too. Check out our roundup of announcements for full details on the entire lineup.

Tell Amazon Fire TV Recast which show to record and it does the rest

Amazon's Fire TV Recast, the OTA HD receiver and DVR, has some new skills: Expanded recording via external drives, and you can now record shows on multiple networks, instead of one; handy for when one channel has poor reception.
Fire TV Recast

Second-gen vs. third-gen Echo Dot: What’s the difference?

Amazon's third-generation Echo Dot was just released. Is it worth upgrading your second-generation Echo Dot? Here, we take a closer look at the two devices to see how much Amazon has improved its flagship Alexa voice assistant smart speaker.
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Amazon ups its smart home game with a new Echo Show, microwave, and clock

Amazon revealed a whole bunch of new smart home products at its annual hardware event in Seattle this week including a redesigned Echo Show, a smart microwave, a new security platform, and more.