Both Hulu and Plex have started testing features that let far-flung friends and loved ones stream videos together.
Netatmo's new Smart Outdoor Camera with Siren boasts (wait for it) a built-in siren designed to scare away intruders.
The Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box can now be controlled with a third-party infrared remote control or with voice commands via Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri.
This compact device does an impressive job of syncing your Hue lights with your TV without any detectable latency, but it’s pricey, and there’s no remote.
Previously focused on high-end custom installers, Savant's acquisition of the 130-year-old GE Lighting brand indicates the company is eyeing expansion into the retail smart home market.
Spotify fanatics, rejoice: no more will you need to prune your collections of songs and albums because your Spotify library is maxed out.
If all goes well with its pilot program, Google may soon let you confirm Google Assistant purchases with your voice rather than your phone.
Just like the late Turntable.fm app, JQBX lets you create remote listening rooms for your friends. You will, however, need a Spotify Premium account to indulge.
Wink’s about-face comes two weeks after its abrupt announcement that users would need to pay a subscription fee to continue using its smart platform.
Netflix says it hopes to save people “some hard earned cash” by canceling the subscriptions of those who haven’t streaming in more than a year.
First revealed at CES, Samsung’s latest high-end soundbars work together with the speakers on Samsung TVs.
The first outdoor TV from Samsung boasts an IP55 rating and up to 2,000 nits of brightness. A matching Bluetooth soundbar is on the way, too.
Greyhound, The King of Staten Island, Scoob!, and more are available to rent or buy from streaming services way ahead of schedule.
First spotted at CES, the upcoming digital photo frame syncs with Google Photos, and you can swipe through images with a wave of your hand.
This $160 follow-up to Logitech’s Circle 2 will support HomeKit Secure Video as soon as it ships.
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