The Hero Smart Appliance dispenses as many as 10 medicines, monitors how much you have left and sends you alerts through a connected app.
Appliance Science looks at the physics of today's smart home tech.
Solar panels harvest the energy of the sun to drive your appliances. How do they convert one form of energy into another? Appliance Science is here to explain.
Are there any large appliances clever enough for the CNET Smart Home? We try out a connected washer and dryer to see.
Smoke detectors save lives. By warning you when it detects smoke, a smoke alarm can give you valuable time to escape a fire. But they can also be a pain, going off when you are cooking. Appliance Science looks at the science of smoke alarms.
Are hair dryers, straighteners, curling irons and crimpers overtaking your bathroom like long-tailed electric monsters? Pick one of these tips for wrangling your hair appliances and you'll have more free counter space than ever before.
Salt isn't just for your French fries. It can be used to clean appliances, take out stains and much more.
Small appliances are leading the way when it comes to using Wi-Fi, apps and touchscreens to help make you a better cook. But there's some problems these products need to solve before they can become must-haves in the kitchen.
Small appliances have gotten smarter with the help of Wi-Fi, apps and touchscreens. Check out these countertop devices that want to improve the way you cook a meal.
Many of the appliances on display at the Architectural Digest Design Show in New York City over the weekend had lust-worthy features and expensive price tags. But some trends at the show could trickle down into more mainstream brands with affordable prices.
The Architectural Digest Design Show, which took place in New York City this past weekend, put luxury-brand appliances on display alongside other high-end home goods. Here are some of the products that stood out during the show's 15th year.