4K TVs and immersive soundbars with Dolby Atmos are getting big Prime Day discounts. We're also tracking big savings on Amazon's Fire TV streaming players.
We found some killer deals for Alexa-powered Echo devices, including Echo and Echo Dot speakers, Echo Show smart displays, and more.
Score some great deals on Bluetooth headsets, truly wireless earbuds, and portable speakers during this year's Prime Day event.
Put Alexa in every room of your home, for cheap.
For just $14.99 today, you can take Alexa along for the ride.
Amazon’s smallest Echo Show smart display is almost never this cheap.
Eve’s easy-to-install but pricey contact sensor offers powerful automations and it works with Thread, but it doesn’t support Alexa or Google Assistant.
As good as it is, Nvidia’s cloud-gaming service falters when it comes to competitive games, but there’s a setting that can help.
If you want to try the HW-Q800A’s Q Symphony and SpaceFit features, you’ll need a Samsung TV.
The ad-supported version of Paramount+ just got a buck cheaper, but don’t switch from the older, $6/month with-ads plan until you read this first.
eARC is going mainstream as Vizio’s mid-range M-Series soundbars get the feature.
Supporting both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, the Vizio M512a-H6 packs exciting, room-filling sound, even if it lacks Wi-Fi support.
Besides turning dumb appliances into smart ones, the Eve Energy smart plug can help extend the range of other Thread-enabled devices in your home.
Your Nest Hub display may soon be running on Google’s experimental, non Linux-based OS, even if you don’t realize it.
HBO Max with Ads will be more affordable than the $15-a-month ad-free tier, but it’ll be missing a key perk: day-and-date Warner Bros. movies.
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