The wireless, wall-mountable Stage lets you change smart lighting and device scenes at the touch of a button.
The Bluetooth SIG unveiled Bluetooth LE Audio, a new set of Bluetooth capabilities coming to devices and public venues within the next 12 to 18 months.
The Alto 9+ uses acoustic reflectors to deliver immersive 3D sound without upfiring drivers, and it’s also the first “Roku TV Ready”-certified soundbar.
The Shepherd Lock can also sound an alarm and freeze the deadbolt if someone tries to pick the lock.
JBL’s first Dolby Atmos soundbar comes with battery-powered surround speakers that can be placed anywhere in your living room.
The Wi-Fi-enabled Halo Touch Smart Lock can store up to 100 fingerprints.
Showing off its latest wares at CES, the smart lighting brand is also bringing energy monitoring to its mobile app.
The new “Blue by ADT” brand unveiled at CES features ADT’s first standalone home security gadgets, with more on the way.
Just unwrapped at CES, the latest soundbars from Samsung will also boast onboard Alexa, as well as shorter, narrower designs.
Also on display at CES: Sengled is showing a smart plug with energy monitoring features, and a next-gen smart hub with HomeKit support.
When they’re not in use for Dolby Atmos or DTS:X height channels, the upfiring drivers for the Vizio Elevate soundbar can swivel toward the listener in stereo mode.
Along with its new suite of “Learning Series” lighting products, Nanoleaf has announced a name and a time frame for its upcoming hexagonal light panels.
The new top-of-the-line soundbars from LG will automatically optimize their sound according to the acoustics of the room, and they’ll also support lossless audio via their HDMI eARC ports.
GE’s smart lighting brand also announced a wireless motion sensor, plus new wireless dimmers and remotes.
Kids can program the robot by arranging a series of wooden programming blocks, all without ever touching an iPad.