The WS-5000 has its quirks, but it supports lots of optional sensors and it sports best-in-class smart home capabilities.
Home weather stations are getting more accurate and sophisticated all the time. Follow our buyer's guide to find your own personal meteorologist.
The company’s service is based on ATSC 3.0 broadcasts, aka Next Gen TV.
The manufacturer says its smart home device can detect a fire in seconds, and that machine learning will make it smarter over time.
The company now offers a complete collection of smart products designed to prevent costly water damage.
A backup battery keeps the tunes going while you dry your hair and get dressed.
The Lockly Guard and Lockly Duo open with either fingerprint recognition or a PIN.
This smart home gadget is aimed at baby boomers aging in place and the people remotely monitoring their safety.
The new entry-level Wi-Fi 6 router was announced at CES 2021.
The Hampton-owned brand is also showing a smaller version of its original biometric padlock.
It’s like a cross between a miniature robot vacuum and a wireless security camera.
This hybrid cleaner will scrub your hard-surface floors after it vacuums them.
To be more accurate, it’s an entire exterior door with motorized doors integrated into its lower panel.
The Japanese manufacturer has been (ahem) a fixture at CES, displaying ultra-high-end bathroom products. This year, its tech trickles down to more affordable models.
The new line will include a video doorbell, a home security camera, and smart lighting devices.
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