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Okay so my headline doesn’t exactly roll off thing tongue. But, the headline here for me is that the new Xiaomi Mi Box has a voice controlled remote. This seems like a (more open?) competitor to the Amazon Fire TV.
Last week, Sayspring launched its alpha. The product lets people create interactive prototypes for voice applications quickly and easily using Amazon Alexa. No coding (or credit card) required. Pretty neat.
Thanks @sarthakgh for directing me to this one. A medium post by the CEO of IFTTT. “These new and personable interfaces, as fun and exciting as they are, will merely accelerate an even bigger shift that’s been underway for some time: the shift from interface-first to API-first businesses.”
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“Turn on the TV” is a pretty cool new Alexa skill. h/t @matthartman’s voice computing newsletter hearingvoices.xyz