Love is never having to say, “Alexa, what time is it?”
A new app monitors a home’s water, HVAC, power, and security systems—provided you go all in with Resideo Technologies’ hardware.
And the U.S. version is now integrated with the Sonos multi-room audio system.
You can buy a great surge protector for less than $50, so what makes this one worth $200?
Few elements of your home’s infrastructure have a bigger impact on your tech life. We’ll help you find just the right router to anchor your home network.
Google's idea to blend a smart speaker with a Wi-Fi access point isn’t new, but the only other one you can buy is powered by Alexa.
It plugs into an AC outlet, alerts you to smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and contacts you via an app with a recording of the sound. A few false alarms aside, this security device is a smart buy for any home.
When paired with an Echo smart speaker and a Fire TV device, this infrared transmitter can send command signals to your TV, soundbar, A/V receiver, or set-top box.
HDMI and DisplayPort are both capable of sending high-definition video and high-res audio from a source to a display. We compare their feature sets and typical use scenarios.
Lutron’s solution is more proprietary than many, but the compatibility trade-off is worth it.
Want to set your house apart from the other smart homes in the neighborhood? Consider investing in smart window coverings.
Smart bulbs with exposed filaments are the hot new smart home trend. TP-Link Kasa Smart LED bulbs want in on the action.
Do you really need a stand-alone outdoor motion sensor when all of Ring’s outdoor lighting products have one built in?
Google is switching from per-device pricing to a whole-home service plan.
This mesh router’s satellites, dubbed Points, house Nest Mini smart speakers.