You’ll find lots of form factors in the Ledvance Lightify collection, but getting the most out of them takes some effort.
This year’s model is smaller, lighter, and brighter than the original, but scheduling within its app remains a weak spot.
Two retail giants are making the most of their brick-and-mortar assets to help educate consumers about the latest smart-home trends.
Color-tunable lighting makes for a striking home environment, but the upfront investment can be substantial. We’ll help you pick the right bulb for your needs.
This LED bulb's Bluetooth mesh network is a significant innovation, but the bulb itself leaves much to be desired.
This bulb's reliance on Bluetooth has its pluses and minuses.
Reliance on the ZigBee protocol can cause range issues, but no company has been in this space longer.
The Edison A21 won't fit in every fixture, but it's bright and it comes with a great control app.
You can tell this modern bulb was developed by an old-school manufacturer that doesn't have much experience developing apps.
This LED bulb will have everyone at the party asking where the music is coming from.
Assembling a collection of fine wines can take decades, but the best library holds little value if you don't know which volumes it contains.
We routinely stream music and video through the air without wires. We’ll soon be able to do the same with electricity.
Don’t be fooled by its muscular appearance, this entry-level speaker system is a 98-pound weakling both in terms of features and performance.
Once you understand what color temperature is and why it matters, you can choose the right types of light bulbs to improve the quality of your life at home.
Staying within a $400 budget shouldn't force you to sacrifice HDMI connectivity.