Will give consumers the 'widest range of offers'
Not so smart, after all
Straight from 80s design to your eyeballs
Bluetooth-based attack vector sets its sights on digital AI assistants
Alexa move it move it. Alexa move it move it. Alexa move it move it. Alexa...
Break the fourth wall from the comfort of home
Like the dog does in your shoes
More chat, less cloud
Plus they're ruddy loud
Turns out some companies had fixed it before it came to light
Reddit user says app on schedule for 26 October release despite 'politics'
Echo devices finally catch up to Google Home with multi-user voice profiles
Some Might Say it's the company's best e-reader yet
...and you've been done
EC orders Amazon to re-pay £220m, plans to take Ireland to court over Apple back taxes
Search giant demonstrates plans for big Show-off earlier than planned
Blames it on the booze
And that big box of fugly is finally coming to the United Britain
Firm says Amazon failed to fix the 'broken' experience
RSA wants to stop biased machines in their tracks
The bird is equal to or even greater than the word
No camera. No weird styling. Just something to jump your bones and give you head
And it's 20 quid cheaper than its predecessor
Calm down, it's just a strong rumour
Move comes as ministers look to clamp down on 'tax avoidance'
CVs and job applications found hanging out on an S3 server
The stupid police are on their way
Amazon has given its Echo smart assistant devices a new skill this week in the form of multi-room audio.
All praise the age of the organic ethically sourced avocado
Order by voice, feel dirty, repeat. Just like Amazon in fact
It's about to become less of a puzzle to join the dots
There's more than one way to turn the lights on
Firm says any data collected is 'standard for OTA functionality'
Physical attack could allow hackers to users' steal private data
But like eye-patched nineties favourite Gabrielle, he's ready to rise again...
Cretin didn't think through the whole 'voice in the cloud' thing
Alexa, get my fat ass a Margherita
Vacuuming trip hazard may also be bad for your privacy
Study confuses technological advancement with magic wishing tree
Good news for those who'd like to squeeze Amazon's AI assistant
Firm reportedly sees AI-fuelled device as 'unmarketable'
Buyers are receiving tarted-up Intel Celeron chips instead
Is there nothing the tech giant doesn't want to do?
Book seller is reportedly plotting to sell 'private' audio recordings to people
Lobbying group aims to put trolls back under their bridge
And Ebuyer gets in on the act with its own 'Optimus Day'
Is there anything they can't do?