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How to watch all the hardwood heroics without paying for a cable subscription.
Now you can control your HomeKit devices with a physical, programmable button, instead of having to rely on an iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch.
This $129 Google Home/smart-plug combo is a great starter kit for aspiring smart-home enthusiasts.
Google appears to be turning on support for multiple accounts in Home, letting family members access their own calendars and music libraries on the speaker.
Watching Major League Baseball without a cable subscription can be as difficult as hitting a hard slider. Our cord-cutting guide will help you hit the sweet spot.
At just $279 for early Kickstarter backers, the Model C is practically an impulse buy. This Picobrew machine also makes sanitization even easier, and is supported by iOS and Android apps.
The Samsung Connect Home is a mesh router system and a SmartThings Hub in one.
Vivint, Wink, and 11 other other brands add ‘OK Google’ to their vocabularies.
You can't use the PlayStation 4 Pro to play UHD Blu-ray, but if you have any locally saved 4K files you can watch them on Sony's console.
The Nest thermostat is available for $230 at Newegg until Monday.
Siri vs. Alexa: Which voice-activated assistant is a better hotel concierge?
Panasonic’s home-fermenting machine, DIY dry-cleaner, and ambient media player are just concepts for now, but the company is using SXSW to figure out which one to make first.
If you want to start cleaning out your junk drawer, ask Google Home for the value of what you want to sell.
Available for preorder now, it promises a more immersive audio experience and more freedom for your Alexa-powered device.
Now you can add a new calendar appointment for work without getting off the couch to grab your phone.