Subscribers will be able to control their smart homes through Comcast's mobile apps, voice control remote, and X1 set-top box.
Hackers will compete on findings flaws in off-the-shelf Internet-enabled embedded devices
Sharp's 43- and 50-inch models, and Insignia's 32- and 55-inch models, will all have the Roku Feed feature, but one cool capability remains out of reach.
WeMo bulbs also get a dedicated IFTTT channel.
Studies have shown that there are numerous health benefits to natural light. Ketra aims to replicate that in the home using intelligent LEDs.
Using optical recognition and weight sensors, the Fitly SmartPlate promises to tell you exactly how much protein, carbs and fat you're eating in every meal. But will it really work?
Windows Media Center won't survive the upgrade to Windows 10, but DVD playback will.
Apple will reportedly trade the remote's ultra-svelte figure for one that supports touch controls.
Music, laughter, and other dizzy, crazy stuff in 9 streaming films.
If major companies can be breached, is there anything home users can do to escape the same fate? Plenty, say security experts.
As the music industry tires of Spotify freeloaders, Apple may be pushing labels to kill off unpaid streaming.
Some of the recipes in the new IFTTT Alexa Channel for Amazon's Echo are insanely useful, tying the hub into various other services. Some are just plain weird.
OttoPlay offers a traditional channel surfing experience, but for Netflix and YouTube videos.