Nothing demonstrates the connected home becoming mainstream more than being able to buy the components at Best Buy.
These smart padlocks have no keys to lose or combinations to forget, but one is significantly better than the other.
If you’re paying for homeowner’s or renter’s insurance, these tools will help you recover the value of insured possessions lost due to theft or disaster.
If you don’t need lighting controls, door locks, a thermostat, a camera, or other connected-home features, SimpliSafe offers a good deal.
These speaker/lights deliver bright light, but surprisingly muddy sound.
The price and the light is right, but we've heard AM radios sound better than this.
Combining a speaker with a light bulb isn’t as nutty as you might think, but not every manufacturer does it well.
You can deploy up to 16 of these speakers, but they're limited to replacing recessed lighting fixtures and the controller/transmitter must be hardwired to a source.
White and color light with very good speakers.
We picked the brains of home-security professionals to learn which devices and tactics deliver the most bang for the buck.
Abode is designed like a product from ADT or Vivint, but its service plans are very different.
Veracode warns that many connected-home devices lack basic security features, leaving consumers wide open to sophisticated thieves.
Making your home smart could also make it insecure. We'll show you how to avoid the most common pitfalls.