Small, sturdy, and reliable, the Innr Smart Plug makes for an inexpensive alternative to the new Philips Hue Smart plug.
The choice between Amazon Alexa-powered Echo devices or Nest gadgets with Google Assistant can be a tough one. We'll help you pick.
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.
The streaming music service is combining its three monthly subscription plans into one, ditching its $10-a-month MP3 streaming plan in the process.
The Product RED edition of its 50-inch M-Series Quantum 4K HDR smart TV will mark Vizio’s second partnership with the charitable brand.
Six months after allowing users in worldwide regions to use its free music tier with Alexa, Deezer is opening the doors to United States users, too.
Soon, you’ll be able to ask Alexa to stream tunes on compatible Yamaha wireless speakers, AV receivers, soundbars, and more.
LG’s B9, C9, and E9 OLED sets are getting the G-Sync update, which promises buttery gaming performance provided you’re using the right GeForce graphics card.
Used to be that the Home Max and the Nest Mini were the only Google speakers to support the stereo pairing feature, but no longer.
Capable of controlling your smart home gadgets while showing off your photos in style, the Nest Hub Max boasts robust sound and even a Nest camera.
Compatible with most common water fixtures, the $70 wireless sensor detects leaks and doles out water conservation tips via an iOS or Android app.
Slated to start rolling out next month, the SmartCast 3.5 update will work on all 2016-and-newer Vizio TVs.
Anker’s Eufy brand embraces Apple's HomeKit and also unveils a battery-powered video doorbell, a floodlight camera, and a security keypad.
Expect (slightly) more bass, a mounting hole, and refined controls, all for the same price as the older Home Mini.
The update to Nanoleaf’s Desktop app can render videos and games more immersive, but a PC or Mac is required.