With the right lights and gadgets, your home can light up automatically -- and intelligently -- in times of emergency.
The disaster-preparedness devices we chose to outfit the CNET Smart Home.
See how well some street-smart tech can protect the CNET Smart Home against domestic disasters.
Is today's smart home smart enough to handle multiple gadgets and platforms used by multiple people using multiple devices? After months spent testing it out, we're not so sure.
There's no shortage of options when it comes to building a smart home that works for you. Here's the gear each CNET Smart Home editor would go with in their own home -- and the gadgets they're passing on.
By sensing your presence, the Zuli Smartplug knows when to turn your electronics on and off.
There's no need to search high and low for the best smart home and appliance deals this holiday season -- we've already compiled a list just for you. Click through to see what the 2015 shopping season has in store.
Take a peek at the $299 Sentri, an all-in-one home security device, complete with a built-in camera, a motion detector and more.
By mimicking the sun, the Ario Lamp will help keep your mind and body on track, even when you're stuck inside.
A simple sleep monitor hopes to harness your home's existing technology to put you to sleep.
With a little help from IFTTT, you can program your own commands for Amazon Echo that'll have Alexa doing your bidding. Here's the step-by-step on how to do it.
Give your old smoke detector a lesson in communication with the Roost Smart Battery.
$16,000 used SUVs
Whether you like your SUVs cute or capable, or some blend of the two, we've got a wide variety of choices in Roadshow's first collection of Editors' Used Picks.