Don't-Miss Home Tech Stories
Setting up a smart-home system might not be simple, but this innovative device could make it a whole lot easier to use.
The $250 device is available on Amazon and at Lowe's stores nationwide starting August 4.
Apple's proposed service combined live TV with on-demand streaming of entire seasons, but major networks didn't bite. The Wall Street Journal explains why.
The next Apple TV update makes watching cable channels easier. Why not cut out the middleman?
The DCS-8200LH boasts a 180-degree field of view and can be integrated with existing smart-home platforms. The company plans to develop HomeKit-compatible cameras down the road.
Apple confirmed that an iPad running iOS 10 can be the Home Hub if you leave it connected to Wi-Fi and always plugged in. Sounds like an Echo in here.
Apple’s Home app for iOS brings quick controls, lock screen shortcuts, and remote access via Apple TV.
Real tech surprises don't happen that often, but Apple has a knack for pulling them off.
Opening up Siri would accomplish more than releasing a device like Google Home or Amazon Echo.
Why launch a new product to compete with Echo and Google Home, when you can just slap a speaker and microphone into the Apple TV?
First, Apple will release a Siri SDK to power this new product.
Geofencing is one of the more notable additions; users can also assign multiple lights to rooms, so that all the lights in a room can be controlled at once.
This innovative device could lead to better medical outcomes while reducing family friction.
A new app called MightyTV uses a Tinder-like system to suggest movies and TV shows.
Ordinary audio goes into this black box; extraordinary audio comes out. What's the secret?