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It's not ready yet, but a report from Bloomberg says Apple's Echo rival is now in the prototype and testing phase.
Which company will get there first, Denon or Sonos?
The battery-powered Canary Flex can operate truly wire free, and a new membership benefit could reimburse up to $1000 of your insurance deductible in the event of a break-in.
HBO and Cinemax are finally embracing standalone streaming subscriptions and coming to Sony's PlayStation Vue serivce.
This analog/digital hybrid only looks like a classic wall clock.
Amazon's second-generation Dot is built (and priced) to work in teams.
TP-Link's new light bulbs don't require a smart home bridge to control them, letting you get up and running with just one bulb to start.
Dubbed "Geneva," the new skill works with any connected GE or Monogram appliance, including refrigerators, dishwashers, wall ovens, ranges, laundry and more.
The Bolt+ builds on the original Bolt, featuring six tuners and 3TB of onboard storage.
Nest Cam users will need a subscription to get all the new features, but non-subscribers aren't left totally in the cold.
USB-C, which has become something of a "do-everything" connector standard, has added an alternate mode that eliminates the need for an adapter when connecting to HDMI displays.
Smart TVs look like a great idea, but they have a serious downside as demonstrated by Sony's recent announcement.
Coming soon from Sony: New wireless and wired headphones, an audiophile headphone amp, and a gold-plated Walkman machined from solid copper.
Sigma Designs has released crucial software elements of its Z-Wave technology into the public domain.
The original Kevo smart lock didn't have cloud connectivity until last year. The new Kevo comes with not only out-of-the-box connectivity, but also plays well with other devices in the smart home ecosystem.