Alexa’s Video Skills will let you Record Content from Video Service Providers over Voice

Amazon is rolling out another major update for Alexa / EchoDot which once implemented will allow you to record your upcoming TV series and Movies over voice.  These Video Skill API include support for recording, launcher, and state reporting, and coming soon for video service providers such as DISH, Verizon, TiVo, and DIRECTV. Customers will be able to find and consume video content ...

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Fitbit Ionic Review with Partial Fitbit OS 2.0 Features

Fitbit launched its First “Proper” Smartwatch, Ionic, last year in October, and in February this year in India at a price point of Rs 22,999.  While the Smartwatch offers everything its previous generation has offered, it also offers much more, especially with the recent announcement of Fitbit OS 2.0 Take a step back, let’s look at the previous attempt of ...

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New Ease of Access Settings for Windows 10 will help those in need

Microsoft has announced a bunch of features for Ease of Access Settings, Narrator usability and eye control navigation; added features for improved reading and writing outcomes, and collaborating with assistive technology partners. Easier to Discover:  You will be able to use Cortana to find a setting and then activate it. The new settings allow everyone to make everything look bigger and brighter. The ability to ...

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Windows 10 PC Upgrades will be done in 30 minutes

Last month, Don Sarkar, chief of Windows 10 Insider shared that the development team might have found a way to reduce downtime i.e. the amount of time you cant use your Windows 10 PC because of an ongoing upgrade, drastically. Now, Joseph Conway, Senior Program Manager on the Windows Fundamentals team has shared more details on it. He said: To achieve ...

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Microsoft’s Movies & TV still has hopes, Company in Talks to Join Disney’s Movies Anywhere

When Disney expanded its Movies Anywhere, Microsoft’s Movies & TV portfolio was left to dust. The portfolio included content from Disney, Fox, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and Universal. The content became available everywhere except for Microsoft (it was brutally pulled), but now the company is in talks with Disney to get on board. According to Thurrott: As you may know, ...

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