Today is Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:
“Alexa, turn off the oven.”
Amazon’s AI might already be in your home, but Alexa will soon be much, much closer to you. The company is putting the home assistant into earbuds, eyeglasses and even an oven.
The new glasses will have special speakers that let only users hear Alexa as she tells them the weather or plays songs, CNN wrote. The $250 smart oven will allow users to program certain recipes, and a $59 smart clock will show users the weather when they wake up.
The company is also introducing a $199 high-end smart speaker to compete with companies that already have Alexa-compatible devices.
Amazon is also letting users swap out Alexa’s voice for Samuel L. Jackson’s.
News from The Post:
The student-focused Scalia Lab gets the weather right in rain or shine. (The Post)
Check out The Post’s Outdoor Recreation issue (The Post)
Brent Windland has worked for years to build a racetrack in Southeast Ohio. (The Post)
Scores and Game Times:
Follow this freshman hockey player on his journey into college sports (The Post)
Longsnapper Devin King can’t make mistakes during Ohio football games. (The Post)
It isn’t easy to transition from defender to midfielder, but Ohio soccer’s Heather McGuire put in the work to do it. (The Post)
Grab your umbrella! It’ll be cloudy with a chance of rain and a high of 78 degrees today. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
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