If you're looking for an easy and (relatively) affordable entry point into home automation, then SmartThings makes a lot of sense.
SmartThings' impressive performance and wide array of potential applications make it easy to recommend, but its underwhelming app adds a lot of frustration to an otherwise excellent system.
Building the CNET Smart Home: There are a lot of ways to outfit a smart home. Here's why we decided to kick things off with SmartThings.
Samsung's SmartThings brand is back with an all-new $99 ZigBee and Z-Wave hub. But some lingering flaws hold it back from greatness.
Take a tour of the second-generation SmartThings Hub and its assorted sensors.
A polished new app and an assortment of useful feature upgrades could help the new SmartThings hub extend its reach beyond early adopters.
After being acquired by Samsung in 2014, the long-promised second-gen SmartThings Hub is here, and Samsung had it on full display at its IFA 2015 keynote address in Berlin.
A new integration between the connected-home platform and Amazon's popular smart speaker means that you'll be able to control SmartThings-compatible gadgets simply by asking Alexa.
With new features designed for your Apple wearable, you'll be able to control your SmartThings connected home from your Apple Watch.
Users of the popular connected-home platform will now be able to add WeMo and Cree LEDs to their setups -- no extra hardware necessary.