Don't-Miss Home Tech Stories
Controlling your TV, lighting, thermostat and other devices with a wave of your hand sounds like fun. It's not.
This easy-to-use weather-resistant camera can help you tighten up your home security.
With its ability to track moving bodies, Samsung's latest security camera stands out.
Microsoft promises a fix in 2017, but today the game console doesn't pass high-def audio bitstreams such as Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Atmos to the rest of your home-theater gear.
The least-expensive Echo does everything its pricier siblings do, but you should spring for an outboard speaker if you want it to play music.
A curved screen? Meh. But HDR and quantum dots result in an LCD TV that gives uber-expensive OLED technology a run for its money.
B&W knows how to celebrate. The British audio company is marking its 50th anniversary with a set of to-die-for cans.
It costs almost twice as much as some of its closest competitors, but you’ll only pay once because there are no subscription fees.
Wi-Fi connectivity means you don’t need a hub, but this globe just doesn’t get bright enough.
The “touch” in its name refers to a button on the bulb that can cycle through four levels of brightness.
LIFX’s color-tunable bulb excels, but its white bulb simply doesn’t hit the same highs.
The Hue produces amazing light across the white spectrum.
Cree’s smart bulbs work with a variety of smart-home hubs, but that means Cree has a lot less control over the user experience.
The C-Life is an inexpensive choice, but its value is undercut by the price of the C-Sleep.
This new white-only LED bulb changes color with a flip of the switch instead of an app on your phone.