For $249, the Ring Floodlight Cam may be Ring's most bad guy-unfriendly smart camera yet.
Now here's a product that does what it says it will do. It levitates. Apparently with aplomb.
There's no way to review Google Home in isolation. This hyper-aware voice-activated speaker is an Amazon Echo clone, but improves upon the original concept.
Beware, Amazon. You now have serious competition in the always-aware WiFi speaker game.
Philips' new health watch, body analysis scale, blood pressure monitors, and thermometer scream "medical device" in both form and function.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro increases video quality to 1080p, supports 5GHz Wi-Fi, and let's you fine-tune security zones. The design is slimmer, but you better be ready for hard-wiring.
Picking up where Roomba leaves off, the Braava has three different cleaning modes to tackle challenges that just aren't appropriate for a robot vacuum cleaner.
Haier Asia has the rights to show off the RD-D2 Moving Refrigerator in Asia, but the precocious beer-serving droid currently remains under wraps at CES in Las Vegas.
Now, besides amusing your pets with a remote-controlled laser pointer, you can keep tabs on home security as well.
The Alpha 2 from UBTech might cost $1,300, but you have to pay to play in the pricey world of service droids.
You can wake to the smell of chocolate, peppermint and espresso, but, inexplicably, not bacon.
With the Ring Stick Up Cam, you can see—and talk to—people who are approaching your home from any direction.
We've been drinking alcoholic beverages for 8,000 years. So isn't it time for some real innovation?
It doesn't make beer on demand, but the Zymatic does remove friction from home brewing by grabbing recipes online, and automating complex steps.
Using optical recognition and weight sensors, the Fitly SmartPlate promises to tell you exactly how much protein, carbs and fat you're eating in every meal. But will it really work?
Articles by Jon Phillips