This popular LED light strip is easy to install and boasts a variety of colors and light modes, but its color temperature leaves something to be desired.
Sluggish, convoluted, and unreliable, this low-cost smart thermostat just can't justify its $99 price tag.
Yes, it’s pricey, but the Samsung HW-Q70R lets you add rich, detailed, and immersive sound, complete with Dolby Atmos and DTS;X support, to your TV in a matter of minutes.
LIFX bulbs use Wi-Fi, so they don’t necessarily need a controller, but this should be a benefit to Brilliant users nonetheless.
One of the few smart home devices to offer full-on Cortana integration is dropping it in favor of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
This Philips Hue 2-pack starter kit comes with two color bulbs and a Philips Hue Bridge. Snag it for $77.93 on Amazon.
With models from Lutron, Wemo, Leviton, iDevices, and others, it can be difficult to know which easy and inexpensive device is best for controlling the lamps and small appliances in your smart home. We’ll help you find the right one.
Today’s smart bulbs are brighter and easier to control than ever, but choosing the right one for your environment remains a challenge.
It’s affordable enough, but ultimately not worth your time in its present state.
If you’re using a smart speaker to turn on your TV via voice commands, you might unwittingly be doubling the overall power usage of your TV set.
TP-Link has announced that it has cancelled an update to the Kasa Smart Plug Mini that would have added support for HomeKit and Siri.
Keys are yesterday’s tech, your smart home needs a smart door lock.
Thanks to an external hub, Lockly can now be accessed remotely.
Hulu's live TV service still has a few notable drawbacks, but the value is hard to beat.