The $500 Fi70 includes 8-inch woofers, 5-inch midranges, and 1-inch tweeters and is powered by a 280-watt amp.
Sports fans can rejoice that their favorite out of town team won't be blacked out any more, but only if you're a cable or satellite TV subscriber.
The new lock connects directly to your Wi-Fi router, eliminating the need for a hub or bridge.
The company squeezed about every feature you'd ever need into a light fixture, including control of your HVAC system, television, a full fledged intercom, and a Micro SD slot.
Cashing in on Echo's surprising success, the Wall Street Journal claims Amazon is ready to bring Alexa to an even wider audience with a cheaper and smaller device.
Two bulbs are set to release: one in partnership with JBL that includes a 13 watt speaker, and the other with built-in voice activation and control thanks to Nuance.
Instead of replacing the entire locking mechanism, Kevo Convert fits on the interior portion of your deadbolt and is easy to install.
Monitoring is available through ADT's new Canopy service for $20 per month, although the security camera functions without it.
The security provider says it plans to offer its services for a variety of devices including wearables and connected home platforms like Samsung's SmartThings and Wink Hubs.
Hubs and compoents from Insteon will soon be able to control Sonos multi-room audio systems.
Oco's first generation camera got good reviews for its picture quality and price, but it lacked offline storage and suffered from shaky connectivity. The company aims to fix that with the Oco2.
The Almond 3 builds on the company's previous routers by adding 5GHz support, Bluetooth and Z-Wave connectivity, and a programmable siren to its mid-range model.
Toto's Neorest 750H needs as little as 0.8 gallons to flush, and it uses ultraviolet light, an ultra-smooth glaze, and electrolyzed water to prevent grime build-up.
Poly-Control will reduce the price of its Danalock to $129 starting February 15, and the smart deadbolt's new price will be $149 following the temporary promotion.
Zuckerberg says his system will perform basic automation at first, but will eventually evolve into a digital assistant resembling the J.A.R.V.I.S. AI from the comic-book movie 'Iron Man.'