Featuring voice recognition, the new remote is smaller than Dish's earlier remotes, and has backlighting and a touchpad.
These remotes represent the best of the bunch, so you can find the perfect remote that lets you banish all those clickers to a drawer--forever.
Canine channel surfers could soon commandeer your television with a remote control designed just for dogs.
From the Cheapskate: It's new, not refurbished, and quite a deal compared with the $350 list price.
A phone-like screen, simple interface and TV show suggestions aren't enough to overcome the competition for Ray's expensive remote.
Since launch the new Apple TV has required that developers support the touch remote and make traditional gamepads optional. That's about to change.
The Remote app allows control of Apple TV boxes using your iPhone or iPad, and this summer it's getting a major overhaul with Siri voice support and the ability to control games.
Though competent at its one job, the Kidde RemoteLync Monitor is a tough sell. For the same $100 price, you can find smart-home gadgets that do more.
If you prioritize camera mobility over live streaming and HD quality, Kidde's RemoteLync model will definitely deliver, but its price seems a little steep given the diminished specs.
Serena has a lot of things going for it but the price will push these shades out of the range of many would-be customers, and the performance hiccups show room for improvement.
Universal remotes aren't just for your TV and stereo any more -- this one can control your lights, heating and more.
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