The Google Nest Mini is basically the old Home Mini with bigger bass, a wall mount, and more under-the-hood processing power.
Want to hear tunes booming throughout your house? If you have Amazon Echo devices in multiple rooms, just ask Alexa, although you’ll need to tweak some settings first.
A handful of new Google smart home devices will likely debut alongside the heavily leaked Pixel 4 smartphone next week, including new versions of the Home Mini and Google Wifi.
We loved its true surround sound and immersive Dolby Atmos effects, but the Vizio SB36514-G6 gave us trouble when it came to iOS 13 and Chromecast.
Compatible with Spotify, Pandora, and YouTube music, the new “stream transfer” feature lets you ask Google to move your tunes from room to room.
In a "small test," Sonos has started renting speakers in the Netherlands for as little as €15 a month.
The updated version of last year’s Major III Bluetooth on-ear headphones boasts onboard Google Assistant and up to a whopping 60 hours of battery life.
The TiVo Edge marks the first TiVo DVR with Dolby Vision support, while TiVo+ offers live streaming TV channels that are integrated into the main TiVo programming guide.
Arriving in the second wave of Bluetooth-enabled smart bulbs from Signify, the new Philips Hue White E12 candle bulb is an easy and inexpensive way to jump into the Hue ecosystem.
Amazon went nuts with its fall hardware event, unleashing a bevy of products ranging from wireless Echo Buds, a smart ring, a smart oven, and even a dog tracker.
More than 30 companies have committed to Amazon’s new Voice Interoperability Initiative, but Apple, Google, and Samsung are conspicuously absent from the list.
The Arlo Pro 3 features 2K HDR resolution and adds several features that were previously only available on the top-of-the-line Arlo Ultra, including a built-in alarm, spotlight, and color night vision.
Set to arrive in January, the $280 battery-powered Portable Over-Door Camera works with Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can install it in seconds, without tools.
Looks like Facebook decided to come clean about how it’s been handling—or mishandling—audio recordings from its Portal devices on the same day that it’s announcing an updated set of Portal gadgets.
Available starting today, Amazon Music HD boasts more than 50 million songs with lossless CD-quality sound, plus “millions” more with better-than-CD “ultra HD” sonics.
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