If the HomePod Mini were $50 rather than $99, we’d really have something.
Now you can ask Google Assistant to leave “Family Notes” on your Google display. Also: Google Assistant gets a “find my family” feature.
Starting on Tuesday, Fire TV users will finally be able to watch Succession, Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies, and more using the HBO Max app.
The Acer Nitro 5 should delight budget-minded gamers wIth a Ryzen 4000-series CPU on board, plus a revamped cooling system and an affordable price.
The 13.3-inch Latitude 7310’s privacy screen and proximity sensor will foil nosey neighbors.
Aside from its new spherical design, the revamped Echo Dot with Clock doesn’t veer far from the original’s winning formula.
Now compatible with Bluetooth, the revamped Philips Hue Iris is twice as bright as the original.
The 2.1-channel MagniFi 2 soundbar from Polk Audio does a solid job at delivering virtualized 3D audio, but gets tripped up by its mediocre bass response.
The new A19 color smart bulbs from Hampton Products are reasonably priced, but some key features, such as a vacation mode, are MIA.
The new Device Dashboard will be accessible from the navigation bar of selected Fire tablets.
The latest Echo Dot is technically the best Dot yet, but only by a narrow margin.
From smart lights and security cameras to robot vacuums and digital photo frames, we've pinpointed some killer Prime Day smart home deals.
Whether you want to trade up to a new 4K (or 8K!) TV or you're in the market for a soundbar or a streaming player, there are great Prime Day deals to be had for home entertainment.
Due in November, the HomePod mini boasts a spherical, fabric-covered shell, a full-range driver, dual passive radiators, and a new intercom feature for Siri.
Want to keep a chat with Google Assistant private? Just ask it to turn on Guest mode, coming soon to a Nest speaker near you.