After months of testing a “shuffle play” button, Netflix will roll out the feature in the first half of 2021.
The Kami Doorbell Camera doesn’t need the cloud to detect people or recognize friends and family, although it does rely on cloud-based video storage.
Attending a virtual tradeshow is a suboptimal experience, but these new offerings still made an impression.
A firmware update this spring will add built-in Alexa to Denon’s HEOS-enabled Home speakers. Also coming soon from Denon: a new Dolby Atmos soundbar.
The Hue dimmer switch boasts a revamped design, while the wall switch module makes dumb light switches smart.
If you don’t pass the Ettie’s temperature check, a red LED on the doorbell tells you to keep out.
Want to have an off-the-record chat with Google Assistant on your smart speaker? Now you can, thanks to Google’s just-launched Guest Mode.
Available starting today, end-to-end encryption adds another layer of protection for your Ring video recordings, although implementing it also means giving up some key features.
The new video doorbells let visitors sound the door chime without having to touch a button, a prudent feature given the pandemic.
The Kasa Smart Doorbell boasts 1080p resolution, people detection, and IP64 weatherproofing.
Also coming to TCL’s soundbar lineup: support for AirPlay 2, Alexa, and Google Assistant.
Also, LG’s high-end 2021 soundbars will support Alexa, Google Assistant, and AirPlay 2.
This affordable soundbar comes with an all-on-one design as well as AirPlay 2, Chromecast, and Alexa multi-room audio support.
Lenovo’s upcoming Show Mode will bring the Alexa-powered Echo Show interface to Lenovo PCs and laptops.
Samsung also revealed an 11.1.4-channel soundbar during a pre-CES presentation, complete with Dolby Atmos support.
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