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USA Today Tech Columnist Jefferson Graham on how best to capitalize on your smart speaker devices

FILE - In this Wednesday, July 29, 2015, file photo, Amazon's Echo, a digital assistant that can be set up in a home or office to listen for various requests, such as for a song, a sports score, the weather, or even a book to be read aloud, is shown, in New York. Amazon is giving its voice-enabled Echo speaker a touch screen and video-calling capabilities as it competes with Google’s efforts at bringing “smarts” to the home. The new device, called Echo Show, goes on sale on June 28, 2017. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

USA Today Tech Columnist Jefferson Graham joins John Williams to explain how to capitalize on your smart speaker devices to call up music you didn’t even know you wanted to hear. Then, Jefferson elaborates on how best to get your burning questions answered using Alexa, Google or Siri.

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