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When paired with an Echo smart speaker and a Fire TV device, this infrared transmitter can send command signals to your TV, soundbar, A/V receiver, or set-top box.
This toggle button is surprisingly capable, but it can’t control other smart lighting systems.
If you’re stuck in a podcast rut, Spotify’s auto-generated playlist can help steer you toward some new shows.
The Q60R delivers Samsung's full quantum dot color experience and lux QLED features at an affordable price point. But there are trade-offs
The $1,500 CineHome Pro system marks the first WiSA-enabled 5.1 speaker set to be THX-certified.
The TiVo Edge DVR is new and improved, yet the experience is still sliding backwards.
But a quirky app, limited chime compatibility, and an expensive cloud-storage plan limit its appeal.
Apple's spending a ton of money to produce its own TV content. Here what you can expect to see, and when.
The motor in these shades draws electricity from a low-voltage ethernet cable, eliminating the need for disposable batteries or an ugly wall wart.
A just-released beta firmware update for the camera, which is among the first to support HomeKit Secure Video, allows users to securely store recorded video clips in iCloud.
Amazon is selling a new Echo Dot with Clock and a TP-Link Smart Plug Mini for $45 today, nearly half off what they usually cost separately.
The third-generation indoor/outdoor leaps forward on the shoulders of the top-of-the-line Arlo Ultra.
While hampered by buggy setup and a high price tag, Eve enthusiasts may find this device worth a look.
At $100, this Roku-enabled, 32-inch TV is heavily discounted from its $180 list price.