Alexa is smart, funny, helpful, and, as it turns out, a game master.From interactive stories to trivia, Amazon's voice assistant is packed with games that can keep both children and adults entertained. We've spent years playin with Alexa in order to bring you guides on how to set it up, use it to control your smart home, and make your friends laugh with silly commands. Now, we've rounded up the best Alexa games. Like our other guides, we will continue to update this over time. Best Amazon Alexa gamesNote: To activate a skill, say, "Alexa, activate the [name of skill] skill".Lemonade StandLemond Stand simulates owning a lemonade stand. Alexa states the weather forecast for the day and then the player buys cups of lemonade to sell, buys signs for advertising, and sets a price for a cup of lemonade, etc. You will earn "experience badges" and money as you play.Alexa skill store: Lemonade StandThe Magic DoorThe Magic Door is an adventure game with original stories. You can tell … [Read more...] about Best Alexa games: Play these great adventures on your Amazon Echo
Multi-cloud ambiguity can make enterprise security a daunting prospect. Technological misconceptions are rife, and inadvertently prompt the wrong cloud implementation decisions across the world. To avoid the proverbial data protection pitfalls and boardroom bust-ups, it is important to cut through the noise, explode the myths and unlock true cloud return on investment. Myth-take 1: security and cloud do not go together Many business leaders think the cloud is still in its infancy and it is too strategically risky to shift applications to public cloud environments. There is no option to solely rely on native app security from cloud providers as they are not responsible for application level controls. F5’s recent 2018 State of Application Delivery Report (SOAD) noted that EMEA businesses believe applying consistent security policies across all company applications is the “most challenging or frustrating” aspect of managing multi-cloud environments (42%). 39% … [Read more...] about Six multi-cloud myth busters to keep businesses secure
When Google first unveiled the birthday party sale for Google Play, we were a bit disappointed. It was cool that Google had worked with developers to put together birthday themed goodies, but the sale itself wasn't too impressive. But, the Google Play 1st birthday sale just got a lot better with deals in books, magazines, and movies. So, in addition to the old deals, which are still in effect, there are now new deals for TV, movie rentals, movie purchases, magazines, and books. The TV shows give you access to free first episodes of almost 100 shows, including Justified, Community, Myth Busters, The Americans, Powerpuff Girls, Happy Endings, Cake Boss, and a lot more. Movie deals are split into 99 cent rentals including a Kevin Hart standup special, and Fela (great music doc), and there are movie purchases starting at $2.99 for a number of kids movies. On the print side, there are a ton of books for $5 , and a huge selection of magazine issues for just $1 . The … [Read more...] about Google Play’s 1st birthday sale gets a lot better with new deals in books, magazines, and movies
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Windows Phone got a nice feather in its cap with not just one, but three official apps coming from the folks that produce some great TV content.While a lot of the shows are produced and created by a myriad of different creative studios, Discovery Communications does a dandy job at putting it all together in several popular networks seen around the world.The first app is The Discovery Channel, where you can watch thousands of clips from shows like The Deadliest Catch, Gold Rush and Myth Busters. Select full episodes are also available for viewing. It provides everything you need to follow your favorite shows.Then comes TLC (The Learning Channel), offering the same spread of content that network is known for (yes, even including Honey Boo Boo). Highlights and full episodes are available to watch whenever you want. Also included is the full schedule of programming.Finally, Animal Planet. Who doesn’t love Animal Planet? Home of all sorts of domestic and wildlife programms and … [Read more...] about Discovery Communications releases Discovery Channel, TLC, and Animal Planet for Windows Phone