The big-box retailer announced several other connected-home appliances and tools, too, including a programmable room air conditioner.
Tapping Bluetooth for command and control eliminates the need for a hub, but it also means iLumi's bulbs can't be integrated into connected-home systems. But that could change.
The big-box retailer promises to address the numerous shortcomings its customers are complaining about.
Lowe's is building a second level on its solid connected-home foundation, and making intriguing promises for future expansion.
The system piggybacks onto your existing wiring to add a motion sensor, wireless on/off switch, a two-way intercom, and a siren to scare intruders away.
Eight and 12-zone systems optimize water usage by taking weather, vegetation, and garden layout into account.
Inspired by his travels through developing countries, CEO and founder Jay Park created a light that uses the heat generated by a tea candle to illuminate the area surrounding it.
Ecomo's smart water filter fits on faucets, mugs, or bottles. It analyzes the water for contaminants and then recommends which type of filter you should use to purify it.
With a firmware update and an app for your Apple Watch or Android Wear device, you'll be able to manage the Botvac from your wrist.
Some smart homes turn dumb if you lose your Internet connection. This update enables Wink to control devices directly.
The new product boasts some design improvements, but not a lot in the way of new features.
The $500 Fi70 includes 8-inch woofers, 5-inch midranges, and 1-inch tweeters and is powered by a 280-watt amp.
Sports fans can rejoice that their favorite out of town team won't be blacked out any more, but only if you're a cable or satellite TV subscriber.
The new lock connects directly to your Wi-Fi router, eliminating the need for a hub or bridge.
The company squeezed about every feature you'd ever need into a light fixture, including control of your HVAC system, television, a full fledged intercom, and a Micro SD slot.