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Amazon just upgraded its most popular media streamer, and put Alexa in its remote

Amazon on Wednesday announced a refresh of its Fire TV Stick media streamer. The new Stick looks virtually identical to the old one, but packs a quad-core processor and support for 802.11ac WiFi. Amazon claims those upgrades make the device “up to 30 percent” faster than the original miniature media streamer, which had a dual-core chip and last-gen 802.11n WiFi when it launched in late 2014.
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