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There are no radical changes here—there didn’t need to be—but Ecobee’s sixth-generation smart thermostat is the best on the market.
Whether you're looking for an over-the-ear, on-ear, or in-ear model, we'll help you find the perfect pair.
The leaked Ecobee Smart Thermostat Premium appears to have a new design and a built-in air quality monitor, as well as Alexa and Siri.
Amazon, Apple, and Disney+ are all moving ahead with ambitious live-streaming plans this year. Where’s Netflix?
The new-to-the-U.S. brand includes four security cameras and a color LED light strip.
Keys are yesterday’s tech, your smart home needs a smart door lock.
If you can do without Wi-Fi connectivity, Wyze Labs has a great low-priced smart deadbolt.
The Edifier Stax Spirit S3 is among the most accurate headphones we've auditioned, strong through all registers without over-emphasizing any. It's also the most compact planar magnetic headphone we've tested.
Today’s smart lighting is brighter and easier to control than ever, but choosing the right solution for your environment remains a challenge.
Govee’s light panels cut a lot of corners compared to Nanoleaf’s panels, but they’re not much cheaper.
You still can't get all of ESPN on the ESPN+ streaming service, but change is in the air.
Yes, you can have it all: Sony delivers best-in-class active noise cancellation with virtually no compromise in sonic performance.
BluOS expands its ecosystem with its $319 hub, which is expected to arrive in June.
The British manufacturer says its new cartridge can deliver higher vinyl audio performance without requiring listeners to upgrade all the rest of their gear.
The Voice Remote Pro will replace the step-down “enhanced” remote that originally came with the Roku Ultra.
Looking for a more powerful alternative to self-powered, networkable bookshelf speakers? Check out these massive floor-standers.
Set to arrive in early June for $279, the Sonos Ray eschews Dolby Atmos and even HDMI, but it keeps Sonos’s vaunted multi-room capabilities.
Who will be voicing Sonos’s new voice assistant, what commands will it understand, and what music services will it work with? We’ve got answers to those questions and more.
Soon you’ll be able to start speaking to Google Assistant just by looking at the Nest Hub Max’s screen, or by saying a specific “quick phrase.”
Viewers can get the 28 plus-channel Spanish Plan for $35 a month or a Spanish Plus add-on.