You can now adjust how slow or fast Amazon's smart assistant speaks to you. Here's how.
Amazon's Alexa is a powerful virtual assistant — almost too powerful. Here are some default settings to change right away and hidden features to enable.
Never miss a meeting again: Here's how to sync your Google, Apple, or Microsoft Office calendar with Alexa.
It's easy to use Amazon's assistant on your Android phone with the dedicated Alexa app. Here's how to get started.
We get it - Google can be a pain in the neck. Here’s how to turn off Google Assistant if you’ve had enough.
Routines allow you to execute several Google Home actions with one command. Here's how to get started.
Google's smallest smart speaker is a cinch to set up, but it involves multiple steps. Here's how to do it.
You can control your Roku TV device using Amazon's Alexa voice assistant. Here's how to set it up, and what you can do.
Amazon's FreeTime service lets you set limits on what your child can see and do, and for how long they can use it. Here's how to set it up on your Echo device.
An Alexa routine will turn on smart home devices automatically, play music, and even talk to you at a specified time, or when you say a certain phrase. Here's how to set up a routine.
Amazon Alexa's Drop-In feature, which lets you view a feed from someone's Echo Show unannounced, is a bit creepy. Here's how to disable it.
When you want to use your voice to control what music you're listening to, here's how to connect Spotify and Alexa.
You can connect the Amazon Echo smart speaker to the Logitech Harmony Elite universal remote. Here's how to make your home theater controlled by your voice.
Make sure your Nest security camera is secure by changing your password and enabling two-factor authentication.
Marie Kondo's method can be difficult for some, but applying the process from start to finish may give you surprising results. Here's how you can tidy up your tech.
An update to Google Assistant encourages more polite manners with a Pretty Please feature. And kids can now talk to Santa.
You can use your voice to control your smart Philips Hue lights if you connect it to your Amazon Echo. Here's how.