Twitter is opening up access to several new Direct Message APIs so that developers can build better personalized customer experiences at scale. These APIs are designed to help businesses use the entire Twitter platform, from public Tweets to private Direct Messages, to deliver faster, richer, and more engaging human- and bot-powered customer service, marketing, and engagement experiences.
According to a Google support page, the shopping list feature (that was a part of Google Keep) is becoming an integral part of the Google Home app. This is where all the items you add from Google Assistant, Google Home (the device), and Google Express will end up. It will show up on the left slide-out menu of the Home app as "Shopping List."
Before you can use the Amazon Echo's skills, you first have to enable them.
While this is a seemingly minor step (you only need to open the Amazon Alexa app on your smartphone and search for the skill you want to use), it's an important one to eliminate because it tethers Alexa users to their phones. And after all, speaking commands like "Alexa, ask Uber to request a ride," without looking at a screen is Alexa's grand promise, isn't it?
Facebook announced the launch of suggestions from M to everyone in the US. M is your helpful assistant in Messenger, powered by artificial intelligence. M offers suggestions by popping into an open conversation to suggest relevant content and capabilities to enrich the way people communicate and get things done.