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Audiophiles still love listening to music on disc, but this high-end SACD player can also stream tunes from any source on your network—including the internet.
Best known for building high-end headphones and mics, Sennheiser is now getting ready to enter the soundbar market. We got a demo during CES.
The HDHomeRun Scribe Duo and Servio can record broadcast TV channels without a separate server device.
We spend a lot of time at TechHive looking at networked smart home products, but Benjilock isn't one of them. The product, made famous on Shark Tank, doesn't connect to the Internet and the inventor tells us why.
This smart lock uses Wi-Fi and its gets around high power consumption with a solar panel.
From a smart wall outlet to a new range of smart lights to an amazing roll-up TV—and more!—we name the most impressive connected home and home entertainment gear of CES 2019.
Pria is designed to help the elderly age in place, while the Omni mesh Wi-Fi router could be useful for everyone.
This European video doorbell is heading to the U.S.
It's not often we celebrate features missing from a product, but a new video doorbell from Netatmo comes without a common one: additional monthly fees.
The video doorbell is the first with two cameras.
Android TV is finally getting its due on consumer streaming players.
The British high-end audio manufacturer shows off the most convenient way to enjoy your vinyl collection.
The Netatmo video doorbell is coming later this year
Reolink's Go combines battery power with LTE cellular so it can be installed just about anywhere.
LG, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio all announced plans to support Apple's Air Play 2 streaming technology and HomeKit smart home protocol. But only Vizio says it will do so for (some) existing models.
Think Dolby Atmos, but designed to be experienced with headphones.
The ZigBee-powered outlet boasts a long list of features, including voice and capacitive touch control.
If you're a Ring owner frustrated by the lack of support for Google Assistant, help may be on the way.
Ring's founder and chief inventor says he's working to expand support for more products and that could include Google Assistant
The company best known for smoke alarms has some interesting smart home tech coming in 2019.
Robot vacuum cleaner smarts help this air purifying robot go from room to room.
The new lights come with sub-$100 price tags and will extend a motion zone around your home
This Wi-Fi switch looks like it was designed and engineered in Italy—because it was.
Tablo, the best cord-cutting DVR for most people, gets better with ad-skipping and quad-tuner hardware.
Google Assistant will soon be able to act as an interpreter, serving as a go-between for natural conversations among initially 27 languages.
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