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Amazon deregulates the infernal device Amazon, the world’s biggest online retailer, has announced plans to suspend its $99 Echo device after regulators said it was in breach of its agreement to register with the US government.The move comes after Amazon made headlines this year when it started selling Echo devices in the US and UK.The announcement from Amazon follows a recent ruling by a US federal judge that said Echo devices should be treated like other products that are sold in the United States and regulated like other goods.The decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled in the Amazon case, is expected to affect other Alexa devices that may come to market in the next couple of years.Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Amazon’s Echo devices come with microphones that can track your voice and other information and can act as a smart home hub. They are sold with voice recognition software and have an optional microphone that can play audio and video. Amazon has been using its voice recognition technology to make products that can be controlled by a smartphone or tablet.A spokeswoman for Amazon did not respond to an email request for more information.A New York TimesAmazon deregulates the infernal device Amazon, the world’s biggest online retailer, has announced plans to suspend its $99 Echo device after regulators said it was in breach of its agreement to register with the US government.The move comes after Amazon made headlines this year when it started selling Echo devices in the US and UK.The announcement from Amazon follows a recent ruling by a US federal judge that said Echo devices should be treated like other products that are sold in the United States and regulated like other goods.The decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled in the Amazon case, is expected to affect other Alexa devices that may come to market in the next couple of years.Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Amazon’s Echo devices come with microphones that can track your voice and other information and can act as a smart home hub. They are sold with voice recognition software and have an optional microphone that can play audio and video. Amazon has been using its voice recognition technology to make products that can be controlled by a smartphone or tablet.A spokeswoman for Amazon did not respond to an email request for more information.A New York Times

earlier this month said Amazon would not sell Echo devices until regulators in the UK, Australia and India approve its registration.The Times reported that the decision to allow Amazon to