The Amazon Alexa voice-activated assistant on a smartphone or tablet is capable of identifying the location of a vehicle and the driver.
That information is then fed to a computer, where it can alert the owner to the upcoming arrival of a delivery.
But it is only now that Amazon’s new Alexa voice assistant, called “Alexa,” is being rolled out in more than 300 cities.
Amazon says Alexa will soon be available in the New York metropolitan area and Los Angeles, and will be rolled out to other cities in 2019.
The Amazon Echo Dot, a smaller version of the Echo that plugs into your television, also will be available later this year.
The announcement comes less than a week after the first Amazon Echo was launched in San Francisco, and more than two months after a similar Amazon Echo appeared on a Walmart in Los Angeles.
The new Echo will be made available in San Diego, Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.
While Amazon’s Alexa device is only about five inches long, the Echo Dot is more than four inches long.
The device will be the smallest Amazon Echo, which is only 5 inches tall, has ever been.
The Echo Dot’s size and shape are also distinctive.
Unlike the smaller Echo, the new Echo Dot comes in a smaller size, and it is not a standard Amazon Echo.
But the Echo is the first device to be designed specifically for voice commands, so it will be able to be used as a hub for a broader range of voice commands.
Amazon is also releasing a new voice assistant called Alexa for iPhones, which will be compatible with Amazon Echo devices.
Amazon says the device is designed to complement Siri and Alexa.
In the past, Amazon has sold its voice assistant as an add-on to the Alexa device.
But in September, Amazon announced that it would be releasing the voice assistant directly on the device itself, instead of through a third-party app.