Don't-Miss Home Tech Stories
IKEA's line of smart lights are already affordable, but now they will work with Google Home and Assistant, Amazon Alexa-powered devices, and Apple's HomeKit.
Dish subscribers can now turn their television experience into a lean back, hands-free experience—if they have the right Amazon Echo device, that is.
More devices are integrating with Google Assistant, and thus Google Home, as the battle for the smart home continues.
A pulsing green light on your Amazon Echo device could soon mean there's breaking news—or your pizza's here.
If you buy two Amazon Echo smart speakers from either Amazon or Best Buy, you can snag a $80 discount.
Your new Amazon Fire television set can pause live TV and turn off your smart home lighting.
Mesh routers are the hot new thing, but the latest conventional routers are delivering some supremely powerful features.
However, you'll need to be a new customer to get the free Fire TV Stick.
The family of outlets, switches, sockets, and other products can be controlled by voice through the Google Assistant.
ShapeScale creates a photorealistic avatar of your body down to a millimeter of accuracy, providing a wealth of information for body builders, fitness freaks, and people who just want to lose weight.
The Brits want a piece of the U.S. smart home market, and they’re investing nearly $650 million to get it.
The rumors were true, and it looks like the Echo Show will keep Amazon a step ahead of rival smart speakers.
Connect the Tone app to one of three Mustang GT digital guitar amps, and you'll have 1,000-plus effects at your fingertips.
Subscribers can now get police or fire dispatched in response to break-ins or emergencies.
Amazon's increased discount on the Ecobee3 makes it even cheaper to own a smart thermostat.