One benefit to a truly smart home: It can pretend to be full even when it's empty.
From smart locks to smart lights, we've reviewed all kinds of connected home products this year. This category is growing rapidly, but here are our favorites so far.
With a new version of the Hue Bridge, you'll be able to bring your smart lights under Siri's control.
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Slip this $100 extender beneath your hub, and you'll be able to take control of bulbs, door locks and more right from your remote control.
A hulking, evil black monolith? No, it's actually just a robot that's come to eliminate one of the most tedious chores known to mankind.
Automated lighting makes a lot of sense for the modern, connected living space. Here's what we chose for the CNET Smart Home.
If you're an iOS user looking to schedule lights and appliances to turn on and off through a single app, then Insteon's HomeKit-compatible Hub fits the bill, and it has the potential to get even better, but as of now, it's too limited to recommend.
Yes, you can already access various smart home products from your iPhone or iPad, but Apple's HomeKit software may have found a better way... if it ever officially launches.
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iDevices brings a trio of smart-home products to market, all compatible with Apple HomeKit centralized control on iOS and powered by Siri voice activation.
Bosch will expand its Home Connect app launched last year to smarten up fridges, washing machines, dryers, and coffee machines.