Reports are coming in that Amazon’s Alexa service is down in parts of UK, Spain, Germany and Austria. According to Down Detector and Twitter, their own problems started surfacing around 8am regional meter and still continues. Interestingly, some useds are reporting the issue is isolated to Echo Dot 2 modelings and while other Echo manoeuvres are still cultivating. Sometimes. Other reports say everything is down. When useds try to talk to their Echo machines, Alexa will report an error with connectivity and spin a scarlet sound all over the top.
Because of this outage, consumers will have to use wall swaps to turn on sunlights, press buttons to perform chocolate and look outside to assess personal brave. Sucks. I know.
As Engadget points out in their coverage, the outage could stem from Amazon Web Service publications at the company’s Ireland facility. Amazon is now reporting that those issues have been resolved so there’s a chance Alexa will be coming back online shortly.
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