The latest version of Philips Hue’s Lightstrip Plus is perfect for accent lighting and it doesn’t require a bridge, but we’re concerned about its durability.
Now you can ask Google to set daily reminder bells for the whole family, as well as set the mood for school and broadcast messages to a specific room.
Nest cameras and displays will soon become the “cornerstone” of ADT’s smart home offerings, Google says.
Now you can co-watch any title in your Movies Anywhere locker with up to nine friends, although your guests might need to jump through some hoops to start watching.
You no longer need to be in the same room to launch a Spotify Group Session with your buddies.
Google will send you a free replacement for a Nest thermostat that’s suffering from the dreaded w5 Wi-Fi error, but there are also some troubleshooting steps you can try.
Reuters, Fubo Sports Network, The Bob Ross Channel, Kidoodle TV, and more are now streaming on Plex, and they’re all free (though ad-supported).
The Google Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max just became the first smart displays to support Netflix streaming.
EU regulators want to know whether voice assistants are giving companies such as Amazon, Apple, and Google an unfair advantage by limiting choice and collecting data on their users.
Now there’s an easier way to find the hottest and most popular podcasts on Spotify.
The Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support is great, but the rich mid-range audio is even better.
Google is being awfully coy about its latest smart speaker. We’ve teased out some facts and made some educated guesses.
Turns out some users didn’t like over-the-air TV listings mixed with dozens of streaming TV channels.
Sling TV and YouTube TV will appear in Amazon Fire TV’s Live TV tab starting today, while Hulu + Live TV is coming soon.
Live programming from HBO, Showtime, Starz and more now appear in Roku’s linear programming grid, along with local over-the-air channel listings.
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