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.
This smart BR30 floodlight from Hampton Products boasts powerful automation tools and it doesn’t require a hub, but it lacks a couple of key features.
Improving on the original Google Home in every way, the Nest Audio is the new $100 smart speaker to beat.
The latest of Acer’s budget-minded Aspire 5 laptops is here, now with Ice Lake on board.
The Lenovo Flex 5G is available now and more 5G-enabled laptops are on the way, but you might want to think twice before snapping one up.
Up to seven people can join a Disney+ GroupWatch session at a time, but everyone in the group must be a Disney+ subscriber.
The Flex 5G is the one—and for now, only—laptop to tap into Verizon’s blazingly fast 5G speeds, but its Snapdragon 8cx processor will hold you back.
The new Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Dot Kids Edition are here, and they’re much more well rounded—literally.
Google Assistant’s ability to slowly brighten or dim your smart lights used to be restricted to Philips Hue bulbs, but not anymore. Also: There’s a new workday routine to try.
"The Rewatchers" will be among the first podcasts to get Spotity’s new polling feature.
A peaceful settlement between the sparring companies led to the arrival of NBCU’s Peacock app on Roku early Monday.
DJ Khaled, Becky G, Will Smith and more are slated to produce exclusive Amazon Music podcasts.
Want to know when your favorite band is hitting the virtual road? Spotify can help.
The IFTTT Pro plan lets you create unlimited applets with new and advanced features, while capping the number of applets that free users can create at three.
Thanks to Amazon’s new partnership with AT&T, you can basically turn Alexa into a phone.