The electrical component manufacturer is also adding a Wi-Fi fan controller to its Decora Smart product line.
Ring has updated its app with new and improved privacy tools. Here’s how to make the most of them.
Owners of Ring video doorbells and other home security products are finally getting some essential privacy protections.
These stereo speakers will tightly integrate with TVs and sounbars based on Roku OS.
The more-expensive Google Home Max delivers higher fidelity, and Sonos has the better multi-room ecosystem, but Amazon’s best Echo shouldn’t be overlooked.
Older hardware still won’t get new software features after May, but operating them won’t prevent firmware updates for new hardware.
Routers are getting faster even while they’re getting back to basics by dropping smart home hub features.
Also suitable for securing drawers and closets, the $75 lock can be programmed to recognize up to 10 fingerprints.
On display at CES, the camera enables you to see packages placed directly beneath the doorbell.
The faucet supports voice commands via Alexa or Google Assistant, and dispenses water with a wave of your hand.
Origin Wireless’ WiFi Sensing technology piggybacks on Linksys mesh network systems for home automation, home monitoring, sleep tracking, elder care and more.
The Prima Touch Switch line features capacitive touch glass surfaces and lighting scene control using either Z-Wave or Zigbee.
Ring's CES announcements include the company's first LED smart bulbs, as well as a remote control for electric gates that can be paired with Ring's video doorbells and cameras.
You’ll need one of the original controllers to use the new products being shown at CES, but prices for them start at just $30.
These LED light strips automatically turn on when you open the door to help you find what you’re looking for.