Yes, it’s even more expensive than the Flo by Moen, but Phyn doesn’t charge extra to inform you how you’re using water.
This ceiling-mounted occupancy sensor triggers smart home devices based on who enters the room.
This battery-powered dimmer retrofits toggle switches controlling Philips Hue and other Zigbee smart bulbs, so they can’t be turned off by accident.
With models based on Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana, and others to come, we’ll help you find just the right model for you.
The one-touch access to your favorite Sonos playlist or Hue lighting scene is fun—for the first few days.
Alexa Guard can operate on its own or in conjunction with full security systems from Ring and ADT.
The development effort consumed more than a year, but Sonos is now the first smart speaker manufacturer to support both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant on the same system.
Few elements of your home’s infrastructure have a bigger impact on your tech life. We recommend mesh Wi-Fi routers for most people, and we’ll help you find just the right one for your needs.
And if you already have an Orbi router, it’ll make an awesome addition to your network.
Google finally builds a smart display with a camera as it consolidates its smart home efforts under the Nest brand.
The AI-powered Vivint Outdoor Camera Pro has a 4K image sensor and issues warnings to anyone lurking around your property.
It's not the be-all, end-all of universal remote controls, but it's plenty powerful for most people's needs—and Alexa is onboard.
An onboard solar panel keeps the battery topped off, but you can’t use this smart lock with any smart home hub.
An Ultra HD Blu-ray player brings you one step closer to bringing the movie theater experience into the home. Our top pick has all the features most people will need, and it's also the least expensive.
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