You might love or hate this smart lamp's design, but it's practically a must have if you use C by GE smart bulbs.
You don’t need anything more for critical listening, but you’ll want to pair them with a subwoofer—at least—for home theater use.
You’re plugging stuff in that outlet, so why not make use of the space around it?
But the Sony LF-S50G Wireless Speaker looks less like Google Home and more like Apple’s HomePod.
Hue starter kits now come with four bulbs instead of three, and there are new downlight and suspension fixtures.
Own one of these upscale wireless speakers? It’s about to get a whole lot more capable.
The company is implementing a better, best strategy in pursuit of more buyers.
A number of new smart speakers will be on the show floor, along with new smart appliances from LG.
You’ll spend more time downloading the app than installing this smart switch.
Its acoustic performance won’t knock your socks off, but this combo is vastly superior to the Amazon Tap.
But if you want one DIY platform for both networking and home control, it’s your best choice for now.
Two taste treats in one? Or less than the sum of its parts?
$100 isn’t chickenfeed, but this small speaker sounds like it should cost a lot more.
Thumbs up on the integrated headphone amp, thumbs down on the exaggerated bass.
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