Alexa on your finger is now a thing
Amazon Prime Day isn't just a collection of cheap products; it's a suicide pact with the entire consumer-goods marketplace.
Amazon's made-up holiday is made to sell Prime memberships above anything else, and the sales aren't all they're cracked up to be.
By integrating a smart home hub into its Echo Plus, Amazon is making it a lot easier to control -- and sell -- other devices controlled by Alexa.
Ease of use, combined with excellent interoperability with other gadgets, makes Amazon's Echo the most likely candidate to popularize smart home tech.
Amazon has begun restricting the sale of popular video games to Prime members, and the big company is not likely to stop there.
Amazon Prime Day promised to be a better Black Friday, but it really was a glorified clearance sale.
Amazon's new handset looks interesting at first glance, but it's more like a personal shopper in your pocket than a personal communicator.
While the Fire TV is a slick and powerful video streaming and gaming box, Amazon has left some important things out.