Wyze’s new Cam Plus Lite plan includes people detection for whatever you want to pay, even nothing. But the free Basic plan is getting a major downgrade.
After skipping Android TV 10, Nvidia is bringing the Android TV 11-based Shield Experience 9.0 update to all of its Shield TV players, including the 2015 versions.
Sonos just won a major victory in its patent spat with Google, and now Nest smart speaker users are caught in the crossfire.
We covered the show from afar out of an abundance of caution, but that didn’t prevent us from seeing the most intriguing and exciting new product announcements.
The new 5.1.2-channel M-Series Elevate has hidden left and right port tubes that peek out only when its swiveling drivers are rotated upwards.
Announced during CES, a software update will allow the Thread border routers in Nanoleaf’s Shapes, Elements, and Lines products to work with Thread-enabled HomeKit devices.
Equipped with a 180-degree cradle stand, the go-anywhere Samsung Freestyle can draw power from a standard light socket.
With its 9.1.5-channel flagship, LG is promising better audio thanks to larger speaker drivers and woofers, along with upgraded room calibration.
GE Lighting’s new smart thermostat will be a first for its Cync brand, while the manufacturer’s indoor smart camera will be joined by two outdoor models.