Some of Google Assistant’s best features, including the ability to pick a "preferred" speaker, won’t be limited to first-party Google devices anymore.
The updated Pro 2 4K TV from SunBriteTV features its own heating and cooling systems, as well as a built-in media cabinet.
Swann's new Wi-Fi-enabled 1080p $149 security cam supports both Alexa and Google Assistant.
Besides Alexa's new ability to let you drop in on all your Echo devices at once, you can now set reminders on all your Echo speakers and displays, too.
HomeKit compatibility for the new Eufy Indoor Cams will have to wait until next month, but there’s a silver lining for this particular cloud.
Eve Systems’s $150 indoor security camera supports Apple’s Secure HomeKit Video protocol.
The new programming grid for The Roku Channel will arrive following the launch of about 30 new streaming TV channels.
You can now use Google’s toughest authentication protocol if you have Nest cameras, thermostats, or other devices associated with your Google account.
Time is up for Amazon’s $200 Echo Look, which snaps photos of your outfits and makes Alexa-powered fashion suggestions.
Both Hulu and Plex have started testing features that let far-flung friends and loved ones stream videos together.
Netatmo's new Smart Outdoor Camera with Siren boasts (wait for it) a built-in siren designed to scare away intruders.
The Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box can now be controlled with a third-party infrared remote control or with voice commands via Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri.
This compact device does an impressive job of syncing your Hue lights with your TV without any detectable latency, but it’s pricey, and there’s no remote.
Previously focused on high-end custom installers, Savant's acquisition of the 130-year-old GE Lighting brand indicates the company is eyeing expansion into the retail smart home market.
Spotify fanatics, rejoice: no more will you need to prune your collections of songs and albums because your Spotify library is maxed out.