But we can't recommend the second and less-expensive new model.
This new smart lighting player offers plenty of flexibility at a price that makes sense.
Smart+ earns bonus points for seamless setup, but loses marks for buggy controls and poor responsiveness.
This smart home kit doesn’t come cheap, and it doesn’t do much, either.
Color smart bulbs are fun, but white bulbs are a lot more practical. We’ll help you find the right one for your needs.
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.
For simple needs, this security setup can work well.
Now integrated with HomeKit, Logitech’s POP button offers simple (but expensive) command over other devices.
This smart plug will track and report on your energy consumption, and it’s compatible with the Amazon Echo and Google Home, too.
Can $25 Wi-Fi light bulbs compete with better-known but more-expensive offerings?
Just add sensors to turn your landline system into a simple security box.
Pair these switches with the Wink Hub, and you'll gain a touchscreen, an intercom, and… Uber?
We can’t recommend this smart home hub to users with any level of experience.
This in-wall dimmer switch gives your room an instant upgrade.