You can now get emergency Ring Alarm notifications on your iPhone or iPad even if you have Do Not Disturb mode enabled.
SXSW, the Ashland Independent Film Festival, Film Forum, and more are turning to virtual screenings in the wake of COVID-19.
The new keypad for arming and disarming the system is smaller and sleeker, despite having more features, and the Z-Wave smart home hub remains.
The still-in-beta Screen Pass feature lets you share selected movies in your Movies Anywhere digital locker for up to 72 hours.
Netflix, Amazon Prime, CBS All Access, and more will let you stream their TV shows and movies free for a month.
Coming later this month, the diminutive Blink Mini is set to compete with such budget security cams as the $20 Wyze Cam v2.
The $200 WH-CH710N headset boasts active noise cancellation; Sony also announced the $130 WF-XB700 true wireless earbuds.
Available for months in other territories, the family-friendly Spotify Kids music app is making its stateside debut.
WiZ’s smart BR30 floodlight is easy to set up, boasts more than a dozen dynamic color lighting modes, and it can even turn “dumb” light switches into smart ones.
If you’re stuck at home and stressing out about the coronavirus crisis, these soothing Spotify playlists can help lower your blood pressure.
The new Profile Picker for Amazon Prime Video supports up to six profiles, although it's not available in all territories yet.
The HomeKit Secure Video update will allow EufyCam 2 and 2C users to store encrypted security videos on iCloud.
While the growing coronavirus crisis forces the cancellation of one concert after another, musicians have taken to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to bring their fans together.
While Denon’s first DTS Virtual:X soundbar lacks Wi-Fi or voice assistant support, it doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the feature that matters most: Sound quality.