With new low-cost color-changing LEDs, this already ambitious setup looks even better in 2014.
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.
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.
With automatic dimming, built-in motion detection, and a tunable color temperature, this connected bulb looks like a smart partner for the learning thermostat.
Smart LEDs are an overdue addition to the WeMo family of gadgets -- thankfully, Belkin did a nice job of getting them right.
For basic lighting automation needs, this TCP kit will do the job nicely -- and it won't break the bank, either. For more advanced features and controls, consider the competition, but be prepared to splurge.
It's hard not to like a bargain-priced LED that offers this much brightness, but don't rely on it if you're using dimmer switches.
The new Nook GlowLight Plus probably isn't going to make any converts out of Amazon's Kindle customers, but at least Barnes & Noble now has an e-reader with competitive specs and performance to the Paperwhite.
From the Cheapskate: On your marks, get set -- spend! These are my favorite deals, and not one of them requires a trip to a store.
With built-in Wi-Fi and its own smartphone app, the Bud E-Fridge is a connected cooler for the cheap stuff.
From brightening up the party to improving your sleep, here are five reasons to upgrade to a smart bulb.