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Amazon launches software development kit to get Alexa onto more third-party devices Inc. is aiming to get its Alexa digital voice assistant installed on more third-party devices with the release of a software development kit that enables just that. The newly launched Amazon Voice Services Device SDK aims to make Alexa integration simpler and cheaper for commercial device manufacturers through the provisional of core libraries for Alexa […] The post Amazon launches software development kit to get Alexa onto more third-party devices appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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