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That OLED TV that LG advertised during the Super Bowl? Not cheap.
Best Buy reportedly bumps up pre-orders for Samsung Ultra HD players as some stores starting selling units.
Amazon Echo and Domino’s: Finally, your $180 talking cylinder lets you order a cheap pizza.
Using software agents and a set-top box, Screen limits the time your kids spent watching TV and using computers, tablets, and phones to what you want.
The $500 Fi70 includes 8-inch woofers, 5-inch midranges, and 1-inch tweeters and is powered by a 280-watt amp.
An FCC proposal could bring relief from cable box rental fees by opening pay TV programming to more devices.
Amazon has continuously bolstered the Echo's capabilities since it released the voice-controlled virtual assistant to the general public last summer.
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.
Many music lovers prefer vinyl LP records over even the highest-definition digital recordings. Getting the most out of vinyl requires a finely crafted, precision turntable. Here are seven beauties.
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.
Check the weather, your Facebook News Feed, and your weight while you stare at yourself.
Maybe no one needs a robot chef, but the food Cooki makes isn't half bad.
If you’ve been having doubts about overhauling your kitchen, this virtual experience might help ease the stress.