This Wi-Fi smart home device can control Leviton light switches, dimmers, outlets, and ceiling fans all over your home. But it's not designed to control a local load.
Internet radio stalwarts iHeartRadio and TuneIn are participating, but Sonos is also drawing on Napster to build its own streaming catalog.
The smart home market is awash in cheap security cameras, but the Ring Indoor Cam is one of the few that can be integrated into a security system that's as comprehensive as Ring's.
Great for at-home emergencies or when you’re in the great outdoors.
It’s not the brightest emergency light source, but you’ll never need to worry about a dead battery or finding it in the dark.
The 30-watt Bluetooth speaker has Alexa onboard and supports Apple AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect.
The company says its “Stay in and Sling” initiative is intended to help people cope with being isolated at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sonos S2 will support high-resolution audio, increased audio bandwidth, and more, but older components won't be compatible.
The logical (if not best) choice of fan control if you’ve settled on the Decora Smart Wi-Fi platform for smart home control.
This highly capable smart dimmer is also 98 percent of an Amazon Echo smart speaker.
The new Vivint Doorbell Camera Pro can also discern between people and pets, and warn porch pirates they’ve been spotted.
The Philips Hue Go is pretty and portable, and you can operate it on its own, via Bluetooth, or as part of a whole-home Hue lighting system with the Hue Bridge.
This high-tech set up lets you grow delicious herbs and leafy greens indoors all year round.
Sensors in this fancy trash can recognize voice commands and gestures, no smart speaker needed.
One is more musical, but the other makes a better smart home controller. Which attribute is most important to you?