An upcoming and slimmed-down Echo smart display might act as a “command center” for your smart devices, according to an unconfirmed report.
If you can do without Wi-Fi streaming, the swell-sounding SR-B20A is an excellent value.
Sylvania’s Wi-Fi-enabled A19 color smart bulb boasts powerful customization features, but its app can be difficult to navigate.
Sure, you can spend a fortune setting up a media server for your music and videos, but it turns out you don’t have to.
Wink started charging for its formerly free service last summer, and now this.
The first standard light bulb from Nanoleaf, the Essentials A19 connects to Thread networks and will support a variety of nifty features—eventually, anyway.
The new car and package detection features will be included in Wyze’s paid Cam Plus plan.
Better late than never, the third version of Amazon’s biggest smart display has a 10-inch screen that follows you around the room.
The new Video Doorbell Wired marks Ring’s smallest doorbell yet, and at $60, it’s also its least expensive.
The all-in-one Polk React can be upgraded with a wireless subwoofer and a surround speaker kit, and it comes with built-in Alexa.
CBS is blaming “production limitations” due to COVID-19 for its decision to stick with a 1080p Super Bowl.
After months of testing a “shuffle play” button, Netflix will roll out the feature in the first half of 2021.
The Kami Doorbell Camera doesn’t need the cloud to detect people or recognize friends and family, although it does rely on cloud-based video storage.
Attending a virtual tradeshow is a suboptimal experience, but these new offerings still made an impression.
A firmware update this spring will add built-in Alexa to Denon’s HEOS-enabled Home speakers. Also coming soon from Denon: a new Dolby Atmos soundbar.