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.
This home weather station will tell you everything you need to know about your local weather with market-leading accuracy.
If you don’t like making sacrifices in your TV entertainment choices, and it’s available where you live, TVision isn’t a bad deal. But subscribers should be prepared to feel like beta testers.
Consumers who purchased Iris by Lowe’s components that can’t be used with other systems can file for compensation.
Don’t worry, Bluetooth fans. Kwikset has a new brand for that tech, too.
Resideo is new in name only: The Honeywell spin-off is a major player in the HVAC market.
Inexpensive inserts add a host of features to this in-wall smart outlet.
Wemo unveils new single-pole and 3-way switches include native Apple HomeKit support at CES.
This is one of the best home weather stations you can buy, but the one area it's lacking is in smart home integrations.
You'll encounter a quirk or two, but this home weather station offers everything an enthusiast could want.
More webcam than weather station (unless you purchase an add-on kit), BloomSky still holds some appeal as an adjunct tool for weather enthusiasts.
Most any weather enthusiast will recommend Davis, but is the name alone still enough to justify the price tag?
Its stations are a common fixture at retailers like Walmart and The Home Depot, but AcuRite's MyAcuRite platform is the best choice for weather enthusiasts.
Articles by Ed Oswald