Don't-Miss CES Stories
Ooma Home additions include a smart video camera, smoke alarm, siren, and automatic arming/disarming.
Both its 5000- and 6000-series smart TVs will deliver wide color gamut and Dolby Vision HDR. The 6000 series gets built-in Roku.
Samsung and LG are both talking about 8K at this week's CES, but don't get too excited just yet.
The smart home is once again on full display at this year's CES, but it's not Siri who's in charge, it's Alexa. And Apple might never be able to take the lead.
Now you can ask Siri to show your Netgear Arlo Baby camera's live feed thanks to Apple HomeKit compatibility.
Armor, Netgear's new subscription-based security service for your home network, will cost $70 a year and is powered by Bitdefender.
Netgear's Nighthawk Pro Gaming router and Nighthawk SX10 LAN switch boast gamer-centric network management software.
Just announced at CES: Google Assistant smart displays from Lenovo, JBL, LG and Sony, plus more Assistant-driven smart speakers and TVs, and Android Auto support.
Newcomer Hogar announced the Milo smart speaker at CES 2018 with support for ZigBee, Z-Wave Plus, Bluetooth, and Google Assistant.
Lenovo's Smart Display line puts Google Assistant on 8- and 10-inch touchscreen. The result is a smart home sidekick with AI features tied to all the major Google services.
There's not a lot different in Sony's 2018 TV lineup, and that's not a bad thing.
Samsung’s Harman group is playing the field, building smart speakers with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Cortana.
Abode Iota adds voice control to this excellent home security system including support for Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri via Apple HomeKit.
Samsung's new display technology mixes elements of LCD, OLED, and public display.
A close-up look at Samsung's new display technology
LG's ThinQ smart speaker with Google Assistant built-in is coming later in 2018.