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From a smart wall outlet to a new range of smart lights to an amazing roll-up TV—and more!—we name the most impressive connected home and home entertainment gear of CES 2019.
Pria is designed to help the elderly age in place, while the Omni mesh Wi-Fi router could be useful for everyone.
The British high-end audio manufacturer shows off the most convenient way to enjoy your vinyl collection.
Android TV is finally getting its due on consumer streaming players.
Who wouldn't want to plug their USB-C notebook into four monitors? This Targus dock is tailor-made for that.
Plus your comments and questions on the latest Macworld Podcast.
The SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD is designed for video editors, who can take advantage of the drive's 1GB/s read speeds for editing.
The outdoor sensor could be a great home security offering, as well as a convenient way to turn on lights when you come home in the dark.
Meural scales up the technology in its unique digital displays after being acquired by Netgear.
Sony goes 8K UHD with its 98- and 85-inch Z9G models, and it revs its 4K UHD OLED TV from the A9F to the A9G
TCL is making Roku TVs with hands-free voice control and 8K resolution.
Wemo unveils new single-pole and 3-way switches include native Apple HomeKit support at CES.
Samsung and Apple have announced an exclusive partnership to launch a new iTunes Movies & TV Shows app on Smart TVs this spring.
LG will ship its first 8K UHD OLED and LCD TVs in 2019, and nearly all will get a boost in processing power. Two-fold in some instances.
It's cheaper than the Ring Floodight Cam and offers some benefits that camera doesn't.
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