The $50 fitness band will soon let users control lights, locks, thermostats and more straight from the wrist.
A new Playstation Music service will launch this spring for PS3 and PS4 game consoles. Users will be able to pay through their PlayStation Network wallets.
This is an inexpensive way to start building out your connected home, but it's not the best.
The Henn-na Hotel in southern Japan will have face-recognition programs instead of door keys.R
Before you fly home for Christmas or lock down your holiday plans, why not pick up a sweet new Samsung HDTV for $198, or an Alienware Gaming Console for $499?
Consumers aren't letting the fact that the Super Bowl isn't available in 4K stop them from upgrading their TVs.
SpotCam's “Sleep Mode” can disable recording during certain times, but switch back on when it detects motion or audio disturbances.
Here's everything you need to know about Apple Pay and its ins and outs, plus an up-to-date list of Apple Pay-ready stores and apps. The latest? A whole bunch of self-serve kiosks.
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You already bring your iPad in the kitchen, so why not make it work harder?
The Drop scale connects to your iPad to walk you through baking recipes step by step. No more measuring cups!
Apple is putting the final touches on the next update to OS X Yosemite as it again tries to stamp out Wi-Fi problems customers have complained of since the operating system launched in October.
The appliance giant is announcing the first sous-vide setup, which integrates with a cooktop and can be controlled from your smartphone.
The NFL and Google have reportedly signed a deal to bring game highlights to YouTube and Google search results.
Nothing demonstrates the connected home becoming mainstream more than being able to buy the components at Best Buy.
Walmart's $25 streaming stick undercuts the competition's prices by a good margin.