Amazon unpacked a truckload of Echo and Ring devices at its 2019 hardware event. What’s in store for this year?
Select Echo devices will act as bridges connecting other Sidewalk-enabled devices, such as Tile trackers, to Amazon’s ambitious neighborhood network project.
A peaceful settlement between the sparring companies led to the arrival of NBCU’s Peacock app on Roku early Monday.
IFTTT’s original pay-what-you-want pledge for its new $10-a-month Pro plan only lasted for a year.
Trading clever Alexa routines with friends and loved ones just became a lot easier.
DJ Khaled, Becky G, Will Smith and more are slated to produce exclusive Amazon Music podcasts.
The first of its new Shapes series, Nanoleaf’s Hexagon light panels improve on a winning formula.
The headband and earcup arms in the latest edition of B&W’s high-end Bluetooth headphones are fabricated from a carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer.
Want to know when your favorite band is hitting the virtual road? Spotify can help.
Will the new Chromecast incorporate Android TV and come with a remote? What will the new smart speaker be called, and how much will it cost? We’re about to find out.
If you need help, you or anyone in your home can ask Alexa to call an emergency contact, but you'll need to pick one first.
The $10-a-month IFTTT Pro plan lets you create unlimited applets with new and advanced features, while capping the number of applets that free users can create at three.
Thanks to Amazon’s new partnership with AT&T, you can basically turn Alexa into a phone.
Vizio’s SmartCast TVs have long supported Apple’s AirPlay 2, but the actual Apple TV app has been a no-show on the SmartCast app store, until today.
While it packs DTS Virtual:X and high-resolution multi-room audio, Yamaha's BAR 400 lacks Dolby Atmos support and a center channel.
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