Though it has some growing to do, iHome + Alexa make for an impressive couple.
Hive ditches its subscription plan in favor of you-own-it hardware. Here’s how well it works.
The ability to create scenes using your room’s lighting is positively magical.
The system detects motions based on the disruption of radio signals inside your home, but our reviewer discovered that it also disrupted many of his other smart home devices.
This smart appliance examines the air you breathe, but do you need that analysis?
If you have recessed lighting, this is a superior solution to replacing the bulbs.
As electronic lock manufacturers up their design game, Kwikset gets to work.
The C-Life is an inexpensive choice, but its value is undercut by the price of the C-Sleep.
The first add-on for the Nanoleaf Aurora smart lighting system is a music visualizer.
While the new Assure looks great on the outside, its smart home capabilities remain lacking.
This smoke detector packs all the bells, whistles, and a weather radio, too.
What good is a smart smoke alarm if the smart component isn’t fully baked?
The best smart smoke detector on the market is also the most expensive.
Available in tunable- or fixed-white models, these smart bulbs deliver quality lighting at low prices.
Friday Labs' debut smart lock makes a positive first impression, but in use it comes across as undercooked.