Don't-Miss Home Tech Stories
If you were signed out of your Google device on Thursday it wasn't hackers—just a Google hiccup.
Phone calls could be coming to the Amazon Echo and Google Home, but the companies are currently hung up on several technicalities.
Caavo wants to be the one set-top box to rule them all, but will the major video streaming players stand for it?
Google Home now uses machine learning and location services to deliver the perfect Play Music mix for whatever you're doing.
If the real thing is as good as the demo, every smart-home owner will want to install these all over the house.
Logitech's upgraded its ZeroTouch smartphone car mountThe new feature let you control your smart-home devices with voice commands, whether or not you have an Echo at home.
Plex just added Amazon Echo support, letting you use Alexa to control your media server with your voice.
Comcast Xfinity cable and Internet subscribers can now try getting service through their Roku box with this early access beta app.
Google Home now has support for two big names in smart homes, as Pixel waits for its turn to control your thermostat via Google Assistant.
Vizio's SmartCast devices already come with Google Cast functionality built-in. Now they work with Google Home too.
The Hub Robot links to LG smart appliances and uses Amazon Alexa voice recognition to perform tasks such as starting your robotic vacuum.
What's next for AirTV: DVR and more streaming integrations, but probably no networked tuner.
After slashing the cost of home phone service, the company aims to do the same for home security.
HomeKit versions of the company’s Smart Garage Hub and MyQ HomeBridge will ship in July.
Your appliances are connected to the internet and controlled by voice. Welcome to the future.