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Amazon Launches Alexa Auto SDK

2 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

With Apple and Google bringing their systems into the car, it didn't really come as a surprise that Amazon would want in on that action as well. The company has been working to bring Alexa to cars , and now the company has launched what they are calling the Alexa Auto SDK which should help bring Alexa into more cars. According to Amazon , “The Alexa Auto SDK includes core Alexa functionality, such as speech recognition and synthesis, and other capabilities such as streaming media, controlling smart home devices, notifications, weather reports, and tens-of-thousands of custom skills...
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