There are a ton of new movies and TV shows hitting Netflix in October. Also, the beginning of October sees lots of titles going offline.
The search giant shows off two smartphones, two streaming devices, a tablet and a new version of its Android software. Google's message is clear: We can be your everything.
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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Bosch will expand its Home Connect app launched last year to smarten up fridges, washing machines, dryers, and coffee machines.
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.
An oven that roasts coffee. A garden next to the fridge. A robot chef. Welcome to your future kitchen.
Avoid the iSP5 SmartPlug if you're an Android user. For iOS, it's worth considering given the HomeKit compatibility and relatively low cost, but if you want to start building a larger smart home, I'd wait for a more robust HomeKit option as at least two will hit retailers by the end of 2015.
The Epson Home Cinema 1040 offers a relatively high brightness for an entry-level, full HD projector and includes two HDMI ports.
Google's Nest names Yale the first Weave-enabled third-party brand and promises the 'Linus Lock' in 2016.