Samsung packs a bevy of features, including active noise cancellation, into these sleek true wireless earbuds.
Still using the Ring desktop app? Time to say goodbye and migrate to Ring.com or the mobile Ring applications.
Hulu now streams a selection of its content in HDR, including Dolby Vision and HDR10+.
Google’s new Fuchsia OS is silently making its way to first-generation Nest Hub displays. Here’s how to find out if yours was updated.
The delayed Thread border router update for Nanoleaf’s Shapes and Elements lights will arrive Thursday.
Dismissing an alarm is one of Alexa’s most powerful routine triggers, but it’s an easy one to forget.
First unveiled back in June, Apple’s new SharePlay feature won’t arrive until after the initial launch of iOS 15 this fall.
Capable of disappearing into its speaker-equipped base, LG says its LG Signature OLED R is a one-of-a-kind TV for a one-of-a-kind customer.
LG’s 5.1.2-channel soundbar uses side-firing drivers rather than separate speakers for surround effects. Is that effective?
HBO Max says it will replace its buggy connected TV apps with all-new versions, starting with Roku.
Matter, the open-source smart home protocol that promises to unify the Alexa, Google Home, and Apple HomeKit platforms, won’t arrive until next year.
The successor to the two-year-old Galaxy Buds adds noise cancellation, a compact design, and better water resistance, all for a competitive $150 price tag.
A customer survey from Sonos asks users if they’d be interested in a “Hey Sonos” voice assistant that sits directly on Sonos speakers, no cloud required.
Light timers are back after briefly disappearing from the revamped Philips Hue app. Here's how to use them.
The M51ax-J6 serves up Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio using virtualization rather than upfiring drivers.