Users should install firmware updates as soon as they become available and should block untrusted devices on their networks
Start-ups are tackling the science of sleep at this year’s CES.
CES is a cavalcade of new products, one after the other, as far as the eye can see. Some stand out more than others.
If you can't make it to yoga class as often as you'd like, SmartMat's personalized, real-time feedback just might be the next best thing.
Hi WiFi creates a no-cost motion-sensor zone using your smartphone, tablet, and other devices connected to your wireless home router. Did we mention it’s free?
This panel looks and performs like the controllers the pros put in, but it’s designed so that anyone can install it.
The Onelink series includes everything from smoke detectors that talk to a Wi-Fi safe you unlock with your smartphone, so why is none of it integrated?
A headset with an integrated battery pack! Why not: We check out this marriage of convenience from startup company Phaz.
This technology can charge computers and electric cars alike.
Here's your glimpse of the home of the future.
The Anova looks a bit like a hand mixer, but it circulates water and monitors temperature for you. Best of all, it's affordable.
There are some intriguing concepts within this work in progress, but it will be expensive to outfit an entire house using this approach.
The PicoBrew Zymatic beer brewing appliance taps online resources and services, like a cloud-hosted library of beer recipes.
Looking for a shortcut on your way to a smart home? Umbrela has a unique take.
This French method of cooking by placing food inside a vacuum-sealed bag and boiling it at a controlled temperature is an art and a science. This device makes it easy for the home chef.
More effort is needed from Internet of Things companies to protect consumer privacy, the FTC chairwoman said
ATT's approach is more limited, as any data you roll over expires at the end of the next month.