Amazon unpacked a truckload of Echo and Ring devices at its 2019 hardware event. What’s in store for this year?
Select Echo devices will act as bridges connecting other Sidewalk-enabled devices, such as Tile trackers, to Amazon’s ambitious neighborhood network project.
A peaceful settlement between the sparring companies led to the arrival of NBCU’s Peacock app on Roku early Monday.
This self-amplified multi-room music streamer delivers high-res audio experiences that Sonos won’t, but Bluesound’s user experience isn’t nearly as polished.
NFL Redzone has a standalone streaming option for $35 per year, but few people are aware of it.
Powered by iRobot Genius Home Intelligence, the new robot can also make personalized cleaning suggestions.
EufyHome via Amazon is selling the Eufy Smart Scale C1 for $25.49, around $11 off the usual price.
But the sonic balance tips toward the bass and away from the mids and highs.
It’s not perfect, but the B-hyve XR is both flexible and reasonably priced.
Tile Pro units appear to be on the fritz for iPhone users, but the fix is a snap.
IFTTT’s original pay-what-you-want pledge for its new $10-a-month Pro plan only lasted for a year.
Apple's spending a ton of money to produce its own TV content. Here what you can expect to see, and when.
Trading clever Alexa routines with friends and loved ones just became a lot easier.
TiVo vs. Tablo vs. HDHomeRun: An illustrated guide to cord-cutting DVRs
It provides fast network storage and a great feature set, but NVMe caching adds a lot to its price tag without delivering much in the way of hard benefits to the home user.