Last month, we reported how Domino’s gave Alexa partial credit for its sharp increase in sales during the fourth quarter of last year. And now, another company is seeing a return on its Alexa investment.
Tech startup Daptly believes that consumers want more than voice-only commands when it comes to controlling their virtual assistants. The Daptly Display offers both gesture and voice commands for its users.
Cortana has reached out to several Amazon Alexa developers recruiting them to port their existing skills to Cortana Skills Kit (CSK).
iRobot will soon enable Alexa voice commands for its Roomba 960 and 980 app-controlled models.