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A new bridge now allows the world of Wemo WiFi smart home devices to connect to Apple HomeKit.
Showgoers were doing double takes when they saw the smoke-alarm manufacturer exhibiting routers—and smart speakers—at its booth at CES.
The smart home is once again on full display at this year's CES, but it's not Siri who's in charge, it's Alexa. And Apple might never be able to take the lead.
Now you can ask Siri to show your Netgear Arlo Baby camera's live feed thanks to Apple HomeKit compatibility.
Like OLEDs, mLEDs enable deeper blacks because they don't need a separate backlight.
Control Wemo smart home devices via Siri or the Apple Home App, at last.
The Orbi Outdoor Satellite extends the range of your home (or business) network by another 2,500 square feet for better Netflix streaming by the trampoline.
The new camera is the centerpiece of a new security-centric smart home pack.
LG's 2018 smart TVs will offer improved support for high dynamic range. support for higher refresh rates on its high-end models, and better color mapping and color correction. But it will continue to use replacement RGBW (2.88K) in some of its cheaper models.
6 innovative new companies showed off their products in the Eureka Park section of CES 2017.
This week's roundup is full of more iOS-compatible devices seen at last week's Consumer Electronics Show.
The Ossic X 3D headphones raised more money on Kickstarter than any other VR campaign, and their sound is utterly transformative.
The Hub Robot links to LG smart appliances and uses Amazon Alexa voice recognition to perform tasks such as starting your robotic vacuum.
This in-home system takes all the work out of growing produce.
We interview Ian Cartabiano, the chief designer of Toyota's Concept-i car.
LG has integrated Amazon's Alexa into several of its upcoming smart home products to make your life easier.
Vivint's smart home ecosystem works together to keep your home, well, smart—run by its AI system, Sky.
At this point, EVGA has basically everything you need to build your own PC—except for storage and a processor.
A talking fridge, a Wi-Fi trash can, and a bed for hacking your sleep. Welcome to the home of the future.
This robot uses computer vision technology coupled with deep learning to play chess.
Nvidia's new GeForce Now streaming for PCs and Macs lets you play any PC game on computers that aren't meant for playing games, and it holds up pretty well.
Want to become a better boxer? There's an app—and a wearable device—for that.
Misfit's first touchscreen smartwatch has GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4GB of music storage, a heart rate monitor, and every other feature you think of.
Who needs self-esteem anyway?
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