If it works as advertised, the Wink Relay in-wall control panel might just deliver the convenience and ease of use we've been hoping to see in the DIY connected home.
Quirky's Pickup Power offers a smart combination of power strip and portable device battery, but they shot a little too high on the price.
Quirky's new company will deal exclusively with connected products.
The Aros smart air conditioner is the best thing we've seen from Quirky+GE yet.
Novelty factor aside, at less than $50, the kid-friendly Porkfolio feels like a justifiable splurge -- and a good gift, too.
For Nest-like cooling smarts in homes without central air, the Aros looks like an excellent option.
This smart fuel gauge is excessive if you're comfortable just lifting the tank, and it suffers a few usability issues. However, it does its job for a low cost and will prove useful if you need to check your tank on the go.
Place your propane tank on this smart sensor and connect it via Wi-Fi to the Wink app to check the gas levels in your grill anywhere.
Quirky's latest crowd-sourced gadget, the Refuel, brings some intelligence to gas grilling by monitoring your fuel level. Of course, you can always lift the tank.
The fee-free home automation platform is starting to look like a true contender for smart home supremacy.