The Utilitech Water Leak Sensor is a cheap solution for Iris by Lowe's and Z-Wave hubs owners, but with some downsides.
Insteon's Water Leak Sensor is cheap by the bunch, but lacks an internal alarm and other helpful features.
The D-Link Wi-Fi Water Sensor's use of outlet power is a blessing and a curse.
The SmartThings Water Leak Sensor is short on useful features, but it's inexpensive and plays nicely with other devices and services.
The LeakSmart Sensor is pricey, but it's unique in offering an optional, straightforward means of remotely shutting off water in an emergency.
The Honeywell Lyric Water Leak and Freeze Detector is the best standalone sensor you can get.
The Fibaro Flood Sensor has some neat bells and whistles for those with the right know-how.
Fires can be devastating, but water damage is a far more common risk. These smart devices will alert you if your home springs a leak, so you can take action quickly.
Want to just turn the TV on and turn your brain off? These apps make most of the viewing decisions for you.
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Tech bargains abound in the aftermath of Black Friday, and you don't even have to leave the house.
Take back control of your home screen on the Xiaomi Mi Box, Nvidia Shield Android TV, and Nexus Player with these tips.
The home theater category is rife with junk products and outright rip-offs on Black Friday. But here are the living room deals that TV buffs and cord cutters should actually care about.
Google's Chromecast Ultra quadruples the pixels for double the money, but it lacks the bells and whistles of other high-end steaming devices.
It doesn't matter how cheap or how powerful a media box might be if you can't stream the programming you want. Here's how the major players compare.