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It’s early days for Thread, which means this smart plug isn’t compatible with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
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.
Is your Roomba having trouble finding its way to the charging dock, or does it refuse to settle in the dock once it gets there? Try these troubleshooting steps.
The camera maker greatly enhances usability and reliability with this new, compact release.
Most of your Nest speakers and displays will soon support Matter, the upcoming standard that aims to make smart home devices play nice with each other.
The long-awaited successor to the Nest Hello boasts on-device person detection, while the Google Home app gets an all-new look.
Besides new Pixel devices, Google is expected to unveil at least a couple of Nest products, including a wired doorbell. Could any surprises be in store?
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The French manufacturer’s first wireless headphone isn’t just a triumph, it also delivers excellent active noise cancellation and performs as a USB Audio device.
Tablo vs. Roku vs. Channels DVR: None are ideal, but one might work for you.
Eufy's latest vac/mop delivers advanced features, but it comes with a higher price tag.
We've waited years for Sonos to offer a less-expensive subwoofer to pair with its smaller soundbars and speakers. The Sub Mini was worth the wait.
The music streaming service has come up with a feature to distinguish itself from the competition.
The consumer-electronics manufacturer showed off a new laser projector, home security system, and more at a New York City press event.
Anker's home security bundle also includes the HomeBase 3 for local storage and video processing, meaning there are no subscription fees.
These outstanding in-ear headphones deliver noise cancelling, customizable EQ, LDAC codec support, and even a health-tracking feature.
From the new Fire TV Cube's 4K upscaling to the Alexa Voice Remote Pro's backlit buttons, Amazon's 2022 streaming devices take inspiration from others.
Blink showed off its first wired floodlight camera during Amazon's 2022 hardware event, along with a dock that turns the Blink Mini into a pan-and-tilt cam.
Equipped with a battery of sensors, the 4K QLED Fire TV Omni can display artwork and Alexa-powered widgets whenever you enter the room.
The revamped Fire TV Cube is the first streaming video player to support the Wi-Fi 6E standard, Amazon says, while a new Alexa voice remote offers a remote-finding feature.