google home speaker groups

You can group together almost any combination of Google Home-enabled devices, including Home speakers and displays, Google Nest, Chromcast and Chromecast Audio. ...

Every month, Alexa users can get three completely free audio books to listen to through Audible. If you have not enjoyed an audio book before, this is a great way ...

If you have a Skype account, you can connect it to Alexa, and make VOIP calls through your Amazon Echo speaker using voice commands. Here’s how to connect your account ...

Several Sonos speakers, including the Sonos One, Sonos Move and Play:5 are voice enabled, allowing you to set up Alexa on them. This lets you play and control music on ...

Your Echo device and Alexa is, as you might expect, closely tied to the other services Amazon offers, but do you need an Amazon account to use Alexa? ...

Echo speakers, especially the Echo Dot, are cheap enough to have two or three placed around the house. Each can be used separately in the rooms they are in, playing ...

Alexa and your Echo speaker are useful for more than just playing some music while you do the dishes or letting you know when your Amazon parcel has been dispatched. ...

There are many devices and accessories available to be connected and controlled by Alexa, but one of the newest (official) accessories is the Echo Wall Clock. ...

He’s in the cloud baby! Hollywood legend Samuel L. Jackson is here to add some fun to your Alexa experience. Just ask and Sam will give you the weather, play ...

If you don't have a voice-enabled Sonos speaker, such as the Sonos One, you can still use Alexa voice-commands to play music through it by connecting it to an Echo ...