YoLink can serve as a smart home range extender on larger properties, with a range of a quarter mile between devices and the hub A limitation of most of today’s
I love the latest generation of integrated camera/speaker bars. They’ve made remote meetings much more bearable and lifelike since the onset of COVID-19. If we can thank the pandemic for
Recently I wrote an article on alternative user interfaces for the smart home (that article can be found here). While it covered a wide range of products, one that was
According to MoneyTransfers.com, “24% of Americans are subscribed to two paid streaming services, 23% subscribed to three, and 18% four. The total cost of subscriptions to every major streaming service
I’ve been frustrated and occasionally delighted (but mostly frustrated) by the little black boxes we use in the custom installation channel to send out HD video from a stack of
Smart home technology can make a home more convenient to live in, more energy efficient, safer, and much more. But, if you just go around replacing all of the existing
Everything Set uses AI to monitor how changes in the way devices connected to a homeowner’s network act can signal malicious activity. Network security in smart homes is a fast-growing
We have the pandemic to thank for so many innovations. Who could forget groundbreaking life hacks such as virtual meetings, virtual happy hours, and virtual sewing bees? So many virtual
When the opportunity to review the DreameBot D10 Plus auto-empty robot vacuum and mop come along, I felt like I was already pretty late to the whole robot vacuum trend.
Sonos introduced the new Sub Mini to complement products like its Ray, One, and One SL self-amplified speakers. These younger siblings of mainstays like Arc, Five and Amp have languished
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