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Apple's MFI partners are rolling out simple devices with easy control and strong security. Welcome HomeKit.
Hey, Siri, please effortlessly control lights and appliances all over my house.
At CES, Roku announced two new OEM partners and a 4K reference design.
The $200 device is a little like Siri for your whole house.
Roku just made it a whole lot easier to watch Google Play content on your TV.
Its success depends on developers making great software and devices, and Apple being able to convince users that those devices are not just worthwhile, but secure.
Rdio rolled out a fresh new design, but the stripped-down navigation works better on the mobile apps than the desktop.
Low-power sensors, useful notifications, and peace of mind for homeowners: not a bad package.
The Otterbox Resurgence, Duracell PowerCase, and Mophie Space Pack offer more than just extra battery life for your iPhone 5 and 5s.
Yes, the new Roku TVs are just smart TVs with Roku's familiar interface and huge content library built in. It may be simple, but it's still a brilliant result.
By bringing SmartThings under the wing of its Open Innovation Center, Samsung is admitting that to succeed in the smart home space, you can't count on customers to buy all their products from one company.
Celebrate the life of Robin Williams by revisiting nine of his best performances on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Crackle, and YouTube.
Blink was born to help sell its proprietary silicon chips. What it's ended up producing, though, is a flexible and inexpensive security camera with a unique set of features.
Now open to Android and iOS users, Revolv's new apps let you add geofencing to your Nest thermostat.
Versatile Iota has a longer range than Bluetooth, a pay-once business model, and a decent handful of use cases. But it relies on having enough customers to blanket your town with coverage.
Piper's wide-angle camera and built-in sensors are great for renters, but I had some issues with missing notifications.
Sling Media's new user interface for its flagship Slingbox has a few features sports nuts in particular will love.
In cities with microclimates, like San Francisco, an app that tells you the temperature at the airport is pretty much useless. Here’s BloomSky to the rescue -- if it can build a strong enough network of stations.
The first health app for Android Wear lets users shake their watch to report back that they took their medicines as instructed.