Amazon Echo: Alexa, Andy & Joe sit down to talk

Andy and Joe sat down to talk about about Amazon’s Echo – which Andy swears is the bookseller’s next billion dollar business and he showed Joe how he’d integrated it with his Nest Thermostat and Wemo Belkin plugs, and they chatted about the future of home-automation and asked, as Alexa’s role in daily life broadened, could the Amazon Echo eventually be part of home-care for assisted living as part of the developing conscious home.

Eventually, Joe wanted to know if Alexa, would consider moving….

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