Amazon (AMZN) may make it pretty difficult for Apple (AAPL) to carve out a huge share of the voice-enabled speaker market. 

The Amazon Echo holds a dominant 70.6% market share of the voice-enabled speaker market, according to new data from eMarketer. Alphabet's  (GOOGL)  Google Home clocks in with a solid 23.8% share of the market, while smaller players such as Lenovo, LG, Harmon Kardon, and Mattel (MAT) hold down the remaining spots.

eMarketer estimates that 35.6 million Americans will use a voice-enabled speaker at least once a month, up about 128.9% compared to a year ago. There's a good chance some of those people will be using Amazon's recently unveiled Echo Show.

The $299.99 device comes in black and white and is equipped with a five megapixel camera and high-grade Dolby speakers. But, a new screen will added further functionality such as video flash briefings, security camera footage and weather forecasts. 

Meanwhile, it has been rumored that Apple will take the wraps off an Echo competitor at its Worldwide Developer Conference next month. 

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