Besides Netflix streaming, Facebook’s Portal TV is getting a new remote with one-touch buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Facebook Watch.
Improving on the original Google Home in every way, the Nest Audio is the new $100 smart speaker to beat.
Slated to arrive Oct 5, Google's latest smart speaker promises better audio quality that its predecessor, the discontinued Google Home.
Up to seven people can join a Disney+ GroupWatch session at a time, but everyone in the group must be a Disney+ subscriber.
The refreshed Ultra is the first Roku player to support Dolby Vision, while the diminutive Streambar promises room-filing sound. Meanwhile, 4K Roku devices are getting AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support.
The Alexa-enabled Echo Frames, Echo Loop, and Echo Buds didn’t merit a mention during Amazon’s device showcase this year.
Alexa’s getting a bunch of new features to go along with revamped Echo speakers.
The new Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Dot Kids Edition are here, and they’re much more well rounded—literally.
While other video services have launched their own watch-party features, Sling is the first to include live video chat.
Google Assistant’s ability to slowly brighten or dim your smart lights used to be restricted to Philips Hue bulbs, but not anymore. Also: There’s a new workday routine to try.
"The Rewatchers" will be among the first podcasts to get Spotity’s new polling feature.
Hey Google, play "The Mandalorian."
Yes, Wyze is making headphones now, and they come with both active noise cancellation and Alexa on board. Also coming soon from Wyze: a video doorbell and a smart thermostat.
Amazon unpacked a truckload of Echo and Ring devices at its 2019 hardware event. What’s in store for this year?
Select Echo devices will act as bridges connecting other Sidewalk-enabled devices, such as Tile trackers, to Amazon’s ambitious neighborhood network project.