With a connected bulb and a smart switch that doubles as a remote, the $40 Philips Hue Wireless Dimming Kit wants to ease you into smarter lighting.
Sharon Profis talks incandescents and LEDs on "You're Doing it All Wrong."
In this week's roundup of all things that tickled CNET editors' fancy, we've got lights, cameras and a Bluetooth car kit. OK, that doesn't quite roll off the tongue the same way, but still...
Alexa is like Siri-in-a-speaker, and Amazon wants her to quarterback your smart-home setup.
Soon, you'll be able to control your color-changing Hue LEDs directly from Apple's iOS-based smart home platform.
The Philips Flex Bluetooth speaker can play wireless audio for 12 hours on a single charge, but other Bluetooth speakers give you better audio quality at the same price.
The brand's new 60W replacement bulb offers solid performance for the price -- with a few compromises.
Click it, turn it, or swipe Nuimo to manipulate all of your connected Bluetooth devices.
The Philips Shoqbox Mini Bluetooth speaker earns high marks for its rugged design, dual-firing driver and impressive ability to reach loud volumes without distortion.
Smart bulbs, smart cities, smart...carpets? We saw it all this week at Lightfair.
"Luminous Carpets" hide LEDs right under your feet, and you might be walking on them sooner than you think.
The Fidelio L2 doesn't usually get mentioned in the same breath as other top over-ear headphones in the $250-$350, but it probably should.
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