Enthusiasts will appreciate Revolv's attempt to bring order to the smart home universe, but those still dabbling with one or two connected devices should wait for this market to expand.
The annual event tries to quash bullying and cruelty among kids on the Internet by enlisting their peers.
Remember Big Ass Fans? It's making a big push into the smart home -- and its new smart ceiling fan is a whole lot easier to afford.
In a letter to Google, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration determined that the computer piloting Google's self-driving cars can be considered a driver, for purposes of the car's control placement.
From the Cheapskate: It's a refurb, but it sells new for $350 and elsewhere for at least $220. This is the Rolls Royce of universal remotes.
Toyota's FCV Plus was built to exist in a world where hydrogen gas creates most of our electricity, and the result is a car that's not just a car, but also a method of powering your home.
Prompted by proposals in New York and California, the bill is the latest twist in a debate over how much privacy you can expect with your everyday gadget.
After a prolonged silence on Creative Cloud's digital asset-management tool, Adobe's finally started the process of rebuilding Bridge.
We've entered an age when people's needs can be fulfilled with a tap on a smartphone. The world will never be the same.
VR headsets, and especially smartglasses, could get a lot better with the addition of eye tracking. Eyefluence convinced me.