A dirt-cheap way to take care of what’s in your dirt.
Smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors don’t just sound the alarm, they also alert your smart phone and more.
Whether you’re motivated by water conservation, saving money, a drive to render every aspect of your home smart, or all the above, a smart irrigation controller will scratch that itch.
Which remote control is the best companion for your smart TV and the rest of your entertainment system.
This fingerprint-scanning lock lacks smart features, and it has more bugs than I’d want on my front door.
You don’t need to be an expert or spend a fortune on cutting-edge gear, these first steps will lay a foundation you can build on.
Scheduling is in the Wemo app is dead on arrival with this outdoor smart outlet.
This bargain-priced smart plug offers some features its better-known competitors don’t.
If you need a wired controller, Meross’ option should be on your shopping list.
And at just $10 each for color-changing bulbs, it’s aggressively attacking the value space.
Communication troubles between HomeKit and Meross’ app hamstring setup.
Eaton’s latest smart home product line depends on Alexa—the app, not necessarily the speaker.
Ring’s new sensor gives you a heads-up when the mail arrives, but its limited range won’t work for everyone.
Even better news: A revamped exterior design corrects Kwikset’s most glaring flaw.
Blue is a vast improvement over ADT’s first smart home security system, but bugs remain.