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.
The redesigned Spotify home screen for mobile lets you pick up a listening session right where you left off, or it can point you in the direction of new tunes.
This no-hub smart bulb is easy to install, and it supports Alexa and Google Assistant.
The durable, inexpensive Echo Glow is pretty good at the limited range of things it can do.
More icons, fewer words is the idea behind the Spotify mobile redesign, which is “coming soon” to Android.
The HomeKit Secure Video update will allow Netatmo Smart Indoor Security Camera users to securely store their saved video clips in iCloud.
Yes, you can now stream music to your Onelink Safe & Sound smoke detector via your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
This 2.1-channel soundbar comes with Fire TV and Alexa onboard, but we weren’t impressed by its mediocre audio.
Just plug the compact and inexpensive Echo Flex into a wall outlet and start chatting with Alexa.
A vulnerability in the wireless Zigbee protocol allows hackers to hijack your network using an older Hue smart bulb, but your Hue bridge has most likely been patched already.
While it lacks HDMI inputs and Wi-Fi connectivity, this DTS Virtual:X-equipped soundbar boasts impressive and immersive sound for just $130.
Did all the Hue lights in your house just become unresponsive? Wireless interference could be to blame, and moving your Hue Bridge might be the answer.
You’ll still be able to keep using older Sonos devices, but they’ll gradually lose functionality once the software updates stop.