Don't-Miss Home tech Stories
Bluetooth is ubiquitous for headsets and speakers; Zuli uses it to build a super-cheap mesh network for home control.
The Open Interconnect Consortium is the latest IoT body to boast about its progress
The group wants vendors to adopt its networking stack for connected-home devices
Hook a home entertainment center into all your other smart home gear
The latest chapter in the story of two products struggling for relevance in an increasingly crowded market.
Harmony Living Home controls thermostats, door locks and lights from several big brands
Pretty soon Revolv users will be able to pause their connected stereo and dim the lights every time a call comes in on their smartphone. All thanks to IFTTT.
Remote sensors detect people and temperatures all around the house, for a price.
ZigBee Remote 2.0 expands the technology to reach more types of devices
When tied to Nest's products, Dropcam's cloud camera can detect motion when you're away, and record video when there's gas or smoke.
Its success depends on developers making great software and devices, and Apple being able to convince users that those devices are not just worthwhile, but secure.
16 years in the making, Dyson’s 360 Eye robot vacuum uses infrared sensors and a 360-degree camera to map out its environment and navigate while cleaning.
The smart smoke detector should get a little smarter thanks to a 2.0 software update coming to units automatically in the next couple weeks.
Watch out iRobot! After a decade and a half of research Dyson finally has an answer to the Roomba.