A vulnerability in the wireless Zigbee protocol allows hackers to hijack your network using an older Hue smart bulb, but your Hue bridge has most likely been patched already.
While it lacks HDMI inputs and Wi-Fi connectivity, this DTS Virtual:X-equipped soundbar boasts impressive and immersive sound for just $130.
Still no word on the larger Samsung Galaxy Home, however.
Did all the Hue lights in your house just become unresponsive? Wireless interference could be to blame, and moving your Hue Bridge might be the answer.
You’ll still be able to keep using older Sonos devices, but they’ll gradually lose functionality once the software updates stop.
Now that your Wyze Cam and Wyze Cam Pan are about to lose people detection, you can cut down on the number of false alarms by following these steps.
The Guest Mode feature, which allowed visitors to stream media to your Google smart speakers and displays without connecting to your Wi-Fi network, still works on Chromecast devices.
The upcoming Unified Hexagon light panels, which are due this summer, will also boast new snap-on mounting plates.
The Alto 9+ uses acoustic reflectors to deliver immersive 3D sound without upfiring drivers, and it’s also the first “Roku TV Ready”-certified soundbar.
Samsung's Galaxy Books S made its surprise debut at Samsung's Unpacked 2019 event, sporting the Snapdragon 8cx CPU and a sliver of a design, less than a half-inch thick.
Set to make its debut at CES 2020, the $830 Galaxy Book Flex α cuts a few corners compared to the pricier Flex 13, but not when it comes to its quantum-dot display.
Can’t decide on a movie or TV show to stream? Dell’s upcoming search app for streaming video services could be the answer.
While it lacks Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support, this Denon soundbar boasts rich, detailed, and surprisingly deep sound given its lack of a subwoofer.