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This is a smart and stylish thermostat, but it’s not in the same league as Nest or Ecobee.
More webcam than weather station (unless you purchase an add-on kit), BloomSky still holds some appeal as an adjunct tool for weather enthusiasts.
If you need to know the exact temperature and humidity inside your home, this stylish comfort gauge can work in concert with your HomeKit-based smart home.
Most any weather enthusiast will recommend Davis, but is the name alone still enough to justify the price tag?
Honeywell's smart surveillance camera offers intelligent sound detection and motion-detection zones to assure you get only the most important alerts.
If you want a strong indoor TV antenna that blends in, look no further than RCA’s Skybar.
Web service helps teach fiscal responsibility by encouraging children to perform household chores and assign a value to each task, which can then be spent, saved, or invested.
The Lyric T5 lacks motion sensors and fancy algorithms, and it doesn’t work with some HVAC components, but you might decide its price tag makes up for it.
Cord-cutting sports fans get a lot for $35 per month, but there some big holes and plenty of rough edges.
These four bulbs give you a degree of control over color temperature, brightness, and other settings without need for a hub or a smartphone app.
Missing features and image-quality shortcomings keep this baby monitor from being all it can be.
This all-in-one home monitor increases security with an extra set of eyes.
Connection problems and missing notifications drag down this otherwise solid smart home monitor.