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.
It’s a lot more mower than most people need, but if you have the yard—and the budget—for it, this labor-saving beast delivers.
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