As the first retail-ready HomeKit product, Lutron's kit is just the beginning of Siri-integrated smart home control, but it works so well that I can easily recommend it today for any iOS users interested in plug-in lighting and dimmer products.
The Extollo delivers everything you'd want in a power-line adapter, and its pass-through feature makes the somewhat awkward beefy body easily forgivable.
Some "Game of Thrones" superfans want actor Kit Harington to cut his hair to settle something about Jon Snow once and for all.
Chamberlain, iDevices, and Schlage have all jumped on the HomeKit bandwagon, bringing Siri-based voice controls to their various smart-home products.
On Wednesday's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the actor sat back and judged three impersonators vying for his job as moody Jon Snow on HBO's "Game of Thrones."
Apple's smart home platform will support automated window shades, carbon monoxide sensors and motion detectors, the company announced at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Soon, you'll be able to control your color-changing Hue LEDs directly from Apple's iOS-based smart home platform.
The $230 Lutron kit, complete with Smart Bridge hub, two plug-in dimmer modules and two remote controls works like a charm.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reveals his new favorite powerline kit -- the Extollo LANSocket 1500 -- and his favorite thing to do with it. Hint: It has nothing to do with networking.
With five brands releasing Homekit-friendly smart home devices, it's showtime for Apple's iOS-based smart-home platform.