Designed to for use with the Xbox One and Windows PCs, the Link can stream high-res audio to wireless self-powered speakers.
Showgoers were doing double takes when they saw the smoke-alarm manufacturer exhibiting routers—and smart speakers—at its booth at CES.
If Creative's Super X-Fi Headphone Audio Holography is as good when it ships as what the company is demoing at CES, it will forever change your perception of headphones.
A Bluetooth pressure sensor monitors the useful life of your HVAC filters and pings you when they need to be replaced.
Netgear's Nighthawk Pro Gaming router and Nighthawk SX10 LAN switch boast gamer-centric network management software.
Samsung’s Harman group is playing the field, building smart speakers with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Cortana.
This high-tech valve analyzes water flow in your home’s supply lines to detect leaks and can shut off the water in the event of a catastrophic break.
The new platform can extend the smart home into the yard and enable sensors to run for more than 10 years on a coin-cell battery.
The company’s first efforts in this space were much more conventional.
The free app will allow neighbors to view live feeds and request recordings from each other’s security cameras.
Yeah, it looks just like the Linksys WRT32X from last fall, but Linksys says this one’s designed to recognize and prioritize Xbox gaming traffic.
Dual-band components will interoperable with tri-band modules and vice versa.
These are the smart home hubs, thermostats, speakers, smart locks, lighting controls, security cameras, and routers that will dominate early 2018 and beyond.
Operating both platforms is a recipe for confusion, so which one deserves the coveted spot in your smart home?
Amazon’s mid-range smart speaker comes up just a little short.