Don't-Miss Consumer Electronics Stories
You can get the Hue color bulb and floodlight for $40 today at Amazon.
The Nintendo NES Classic is back on shelves, so we revisited our Raspberry Pi-based RetroPie emulator from last year and updated it with an NES-themed case.
These Raspberry Pi cases may be tiny, but they unleash huge waves of nostalgia.
The Bluesound Pulse Mini sounds great, will mesh with other Bluesound speakers, and plays music from a wide variety of sources. But its out-of-box experience and controls leave something to be desired.
Amazon is selling the Fitbit Surge for $100 and Beats Studio3 headphones for $205 today.
The Cobra Drive HD Dash 2316D dual-camera dash cam is affordable and great during daylight hours, but night video isn't keeping up with the times.
Sabrent's Quick Charge 3.0 three-port wall USB charger is down to $13, down from a list price of $33.
The Q7FN doesn't offer quite the brightness or HDR impact that Samsung's higher-end QLEDs deliver, but its picture is still marvelous and the "disappearing" design is arguably the best in the business.
The Fire TV Cube wants to replace your remote with voice commands, but Alexa isn't up for the challenge.
Plex is the most powerful over-the-air DVR for cord-cutters, but it's not the easiest to use.
Our top picks allow you to easily keep tabs on the munchkins in your life.
The TruSense GPS Pendant is an affordable way to monitor an elderly loved one, but the lack of an accompanying mobile app is a frustrating omission.
AngelSense GPS offers constant tracking, easy two-way calling, and frequent location alerts for the guardians of special-needs children.
The Verizon Wireless-exclusive GizmoPal 2 is a relatively cheap, simple, and fun way to keep track of your kids.