Don't-Miss Home Tech Stories
Dish has a new remote that lets you control your set-top box with your voice.
Existing Nest Cam Indoor and Dropbox Pro users will get new software features, too.
Although there are a few limitations, you can now purchase a wide variety of products from Amazon by merely talking to Amazon's virtual assistant.
Server support for Nvidia’s Shield Android TV box is the first step towards a more mainstream product.
With new third-party integrations, you can call an Uber, monitor your Fitbit step count, and trigger IFTTT recipes.
Powered by AA batteries, the Remocam streams HD video and two-way audio so homeowners can see and talk to visitors from anywhere they have internet access.
Users can now tell Alexa to control their air conditioners rather than using Tado's app.
At a CE Week demo, these 3.0-inch thick speakers you can hang on a wall with two-sided tape rivaled competitors several times larger.
Another big app goes UWP and another big app ignores mobile completely. Wasn't it supposed to be easy to port these apps to mobile?
This move puts Comcast in control of its smart-home destiny, and it could leave ADT’s in the hands of Alarm.com.
The next Apple TV update makes watching cable channels easier. Why not cut out the middleman?
The company behind the Roost Smart Battery for smoke detectors expands into another segment of the smart home.
The objective was to make the powerful app easier to use and easier for users to share 'flows,' the equivalent of IFTTT recipes.
Program to start with SolarCity customers who purchase or lease solar panels.
New door/window sensors can trigger Netatmo's Welcome camera to capture a clip and upload it to a Dropbox account.