And that's not the only Alexa weirdness recently.
On this week’s episode of CYBER, Motherboard talks about the best security advice for friends and family this holiday, as well as those shiny new devices from the internet of things, including Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Amazon (and hotels) now have the option to collect new forms of data from people.
The former vice president has started recording daily briefings, appropriately titled 'Biden's Briefings,' where he'll dive in and discuss the news that tickled his fancy.
The physical vulnerability affects devices from 2015 and 2016.
Apple is positioning HomePod as a premium music device, with a price tag to match.
A Japanese company called Vinclu has invented a holographic "girlfriend" that also functions as a dedicated virtual companion.
Echo Look will use machine learning to decide if you look fat in that shirt.
The EFF and Privacy International claim that when collected in aggregate, smart meter data can show when a person wakes up, goes to work, and clocks-out for the night.
In Bentonville, Arkansas, the hometown of Walmart, a trial is about to begin over the mysterious death of a former police officer at a local residence. It may help decide an issue emerging in a connected world: whether prosecutors should be able to...
Alexa, what is the uncanny valley?