If your list of smart devices and scenes in Alexa is cluttered with old and duplicate entries, here’s an easy—if drastic—way to start fresh.
With support for both Alexa and Google Assistant, the Wi-Fi-enabled Airmega AP-1512HHS helps to boost your indoor air quality without causing too much of a ruckus.
You’ll still be able to keep using older Sonos devices, but they’ll gradually lose functionality once the software updates stop.
If you buy a new soundbar in 2020, there’s a decent chance it’ll have DTS Virtual:X and/or virtualized Dolby Atmos onboard.
Now that your Wyze Cam and Wyze Cam Pan are about to lose people detection, you can cut down on the number of false alarms by following these steps.
Spotify's new “algorithmically created” Pet Playlists are designed to cater to you and your pooch, kitty, or even your iguana.
The Guest Mode feature, which allowed visitors to stream media to your Google smart speakers and displays without connecting to your Wi-Fi network, still works on Chromecast devices.
Announced at CES, Klipsch’s latest high-end soundbar supports lossless audio formats over a TV’s HDMI-eARC connection.
The upcoming Unified Hexagon light panels, which are due this summer, will also boast new snap-on mounting plates.
The HomeKit-compatible lock replaces only the interior hardware of your deadbolt, allowing you to keep your keyhole and turnpiece.
Lucy won’t only clean your floors, she’ll also keep an eye out for intruders.
A joint effort between BIC and a French smart device company, the prototype razor will be free for those who sign up on BIC’s website.
Waking up because you’re too hot or cold at night? The Climate360 might be the answer, if you can afford it.
The makers of the popular string lights, which you can “paint” with color using a mobile app, are about to launch an accessory that lets the lights pulse to your music.
We take a peek behind the technology of C by GE’s new, no-hub smart switches and dimmers, which don’t require neutral wiring to work.
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