Apple’s new SharePlay feature will support third-party streaming services such as Disney+, HBO Max, and Paramount+.
The ad-supported version of Paramount+ just got a buck cheaper, but don’t switch from the older, $6/month with-ads plan until you read this first.
Not only do Nanoleaf’s latest light panels boast a “wood-look” finish, they also come with controllers that connect Thread devices to the internet. Shapes panels will also get Thread functionality.
Rebuilt from the ground up, the new, more intuitive Philips Hue app boasts more than 100 improvements and refinements. Also: "Dynamic" scenes are coming soon.
If you want to save $5 a month on HBO Max, you’ll have to put up with missing features as well as advertisements.
eARC is going mainstream as Vizio’s mid-range M-Series soundbars get the feature.
Your Amazon Echo speakers and Ring devices may already be enabled to join Amazon’s new, neighborhood-wide Sidewalk networks, but you can turn Sidewalk access off using a single setting.
Cord-cutters can now stream 'Ted Lasso,' 'The Morning Show,' 'Cherry,' and more on Nvidia’s Shield and Shield Pro, as well as on other Android TV devices.
Supporting both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, the Vizio M512a-H6 packs exciting, room-filling sound, even if it lacks Wi-Fi support.
Besides turning dumb appliances into smart ones, the Eve Energy smart plug can help extend the range of other Thread-enabled devices in your home.
Equipped with motion and light sensors, Wyze’s battery-powered Night Lights turn on in unison when they’re in range of each other.
Your Nest Hub display may soon be running on Google’s experimental, non Linux-based OS, even if you don’t realize it.
Working closely with Dolby, Creative delivers the sonic goods with the Atmos-enabled SXFI Carrier, but there are rough edges and missing features, too.
The Nest Thermostat will be among the first Nest devices to support Matter, which promises to unite Amazon’s, Apple’s, and Google’s smart home platforms.
Eufy says it’s “incredibly sorry” for a glitch that allowed EufyCam users to see video streams from each others' security cameras. Will the apology be enough?