Together with Panasonic, Disney, and other partners, Amazon is creating technology that opens up new possibilities while blending into the background. Discover the most recent announcements.
It’s time for the Consumer Electronics Show in early January (CES). The yearly, four-day conference in Las Vegas serves as a global forum for innovation by showcasing businesses and innovators at the cutting edge of technology.
Ring added the Ring Car Cam, which is now available for pre-order, to its lineup of products. With a dual-facing camera for interior and exterior recording and clever sensors to detect specific events surrounding and inside your vehicle, whether it is parked or in motion, Ring Car Cam extends Ring protection from your house to your vehicle. Study up on Ring Car Cam.
The Ring Peephole Cam, a video doorbell that can be quickly installed over an existing door peephole in an apartment or rental property, was also made public by Ring. Renters will love Peephole Cam since it has a 1080p HD camera, night vision, two-way talk, knock and motion detection, and other great features.
Ring Peephole Cam is now available in the U.S. at a new, lower price of $129.99.
Panasonic’s SkipGen in-vehicle infotainment system will have an industry-first technology integration thanks to a partnership between Amazon and Panasonic, it was announced. Customers will be able to use both Siri and Alexa in Apple CarPlay simultaneously by just stating the wake word for their preferred voice service. Customers now have more options and flexibility to quickly instal iPhone functionality, Alexa’s in-car controls, and other features.
Customers have access to more than 130,000 unique Alexa abilities thanks to the SkipGen integration, which is powered by the Alexa Auto Software Development Kit. This entails modifying auto control features, keeping an eye on and managing smart home appliances, as well as getting weather data, navigation, and offline media playing.