Interested in voice-based home control? Buy an Echo Dot. Interested in multi-room audio? Buy a Sonos One.
Noon Home’s OLED switches promise to deliver designer lighting using your home’s existing fixtures.
The Invoke is a good speaker, and Microsoft’s digital assistant has potential, but it’s too immature for us to give it a strong recommendation today.
Adding a display makes Amazon’s smart speaker even better, but it also balloons its price tag.
But Google’s answer to Amazon’s Echo Dot couldn’t have come soon enough.
But this isn't the first headset we'd choose for music listening.
The introduction couldn't have come soon enough to counter Amazon's smart home momentum.
The Sonos One won’t be exclusive to Alexa, the speaker will incorporate Google Assistant in 2018.
Several models support voice recognition, 4K resolution, and HDR.
An off-the-hook price-to-performance ratio renders this small speaker a good value.
You might love or hate this smart lamp's design, but it's practically a must have if you use C by GE smart bulbs.
You don’t need anything more for critical listening, but you’ll want to pair them with a subwoofer—at least—for home theater use.
You’re plugging stuff in that outlet, so why not make use of the space around it?
But the Sony LF-S50G Wireless Speaker looks less like Google Home and more like Apple’s HomePod.
Hue starter kits now come with four bulbs instead of three, and there are new downlight and suspension fixtures.