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Tesla's crusade against fossil fuels could soon hit home with a battery-powered energy pack.
You don't plug it in and it doesn't use batteries, but this intriguing invention sounds like every homeowners' dream.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
Your Apple-powered smart home of the future needn't be limited to the HomeKit ecosystem, but venturing outside will bring some restrictions.
Here's your glimpse of the home of the future.
The PicoBrew Zymatic beer brewing appliance taps online resources and services, like a cloud-hosted library of beer recipes.
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
Intimidated by going to a yoga studio? This mat can give you real-time feedback on your yoga practice at home.
With a laser pointer integrated into the camera body, you can mess with your cats with a simple swipe of your smartphone screen.
Multiple industry groups formed in 2014, and there will probably be just as many a year from now.
Future Bluetooth devices could connect to the Internet through regular home routers, and require opt-in approval for privacy-invading Beacons.
Bitdefender BOX can replace or run alongside a home router to scan all network traffic for security threats
It seems people dig the idea of a battery that can alert you when your smoke alarm goes off (and before it starts chirping).
The ZigBee Alliance is unifying multiple profiles under ZigBee 3.0.
Cable giant says it can deliver all its TV services from the cloud, but don’t expect to see X1 on anyone’s pipes but Comcast’s.
A slew of new sensors, controllers and triggers play nicely together, and don't require a huge up-front investment.