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Review

Sense Mother

If you can get past Mother's odd and occasionally downright spooky branding, Sense's home automation hub is actually a pretty clever way to organize your life.

By 30 September 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating 30 September 2014

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Hello Sense

Hello's Sense sleep system tracks your z's to give you the best rest possible.

By 24 July 2014

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Schlage Sense Bluetooth Deadbolt

The HomeKit-compliant Schlage Sense Bluetooth Deadbolt will let you talk your way inside.

By 6 January 2015

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Whirlpool Smart Front Load Electric Dryer with 6th Sense Live technology

This dryer works with Whirlpool's Android and iOS My Smart Appliances app, but it's not the only company heading that direction. How does Whirlpools 6th Sense tech compare?

By 9 September 2013

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SenseDriver Technologies SenseHUD

Head-up displays, projecting navigation and driver information on the windshield, may seem like complex technology, but with its SenseHUD, SenseDriver Technologies shows that they don't have to be.

By 7 January 2015

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Grid Connect ConnectSense Smart Outlet

The Wi-Fi enabled outlet will give Siri command over anything with a plug.

By 6 January 2015

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Does a high-res music player make sense for you?

Before you buy an Astell & Kern, Sony or Pono high-res music player, read this.

By 29 March 2015

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Netflix heats up with premieres of 'Sense8,' 'Orange' and more

The next season of the popular "Orange is the New Black" will premiere on June 12. The upcoming sci-fi drama "Sense8" will be streaming on June 5.

By 4 March 2015

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Sense's Mother hub wants to control your day-to-day

Creepy marketing aside, the $299 Mother home automation kit by Sense is a really solid smart home option.

By 30 September 2014

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Intel CEO explains Real Sense tech and Intel's new diversity push

At CES, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off the company's Real Sense capabilities with a game of drone ping-pong. He also announced a new program to promote diversity within the company. CNET News Editor in Chief Connie Guglielmo sat down with him the day after Intel's keynote to get more details.

By 10 January 2015