Amazon’s interactive Glow doesn’t just let you video chat with far-flung tykes, it lets you play with them too.
The company’s first household robot features a smart display and a periscope camera, but no tail.
The newest, largest Echo Show can hang on a wall or sit on a counter, and it can recognize users as well as display customizable Alexa widgets.
Ring has long offered the industry’s least-expensive service plan. Its new Ring Protect Pro program costs more, but still packs a lot of value.
Announced last year with great fanfare, Ring’s eye-popping automated drone is ready to take off, but only for the lucky few.
The affordable Blink Video Doorbell offers 1080p video recording and infrared night vision, while a new LED mount turns the Blink Outdoor into a floodlight cam.
Besides adding an integrated Eero router, the Ring Alarm Pro will soon support local video storage, but you'll have to pay extra for the feature.
Priced at just $59, Amazon’s latest smart device will integrate tightly with Alexa.
Harman Kardon is selling its Onyx 4 Bluetooth speaker for $350 off the MSRP.
Amazon is selling the 2019 Fire HD 10 tablet for just $96, but only for today.
This kit sounds like a cool way to enhance your TV experience, but it really just adds a significant level of distraction.
Amazon is selling the August Smart Lock Pro for more than half off the usual price.
YouTube says it will lower the price of its live streaming TV service by $10 if Google and NBCU fail to strike a deal by Thursday.
Bosma packs AI detection, color night vision, and other advanced features into its latest security camera.
Who’s ready for a rainbow light show at bedtime?