Konnected's Alarm Panel wants to make your existing wired security system smart.
Here's the third new Lifx product in the past two weeks: a set of smart, color-changing light bars that work with Siri, Alexa and the Google Assistant.
The Bond is an easy way to control your ceiling fan with a phone, as well as Amazon Alexa devices or the Google Home. HomeKit users will need to look elsewhere, and you'll need to have access to your fan's current IR or RF remote.
The Mr. Coffee Smart Optimal Brew makes sense for those who get a thrill from commanding their coffee maker by mobile app but not for people seeking strong java flavor.
If you've committed to HomeKit for your smart-home setup (and if you own an Apple TV), then this is an easy lock to recommend, but keep in mind that other locks like it are compatible with more products and platforms.
If you’re just looking for simple voice command and remote access capability, the Garadget will get the job done for less than $100.
Mistbox wants to lower your energy bill by gently spraying water on your outside AC unit. Confused? Keep reading.
The Flair Puck and the Flair Smart Vent will customize the temp based on the room you're in.
SmartThings' device is reliable and simple to install. For those who already have a SmartThings hub, getting one or two of these sensors to put around the house should be a no-brainer.
Debuting at CES 2016, Hunter ceiling fans are the first to work with Apple's HomeKit.
The Audio Doorbell is a fine add-on if you already use Arlo cams at home, but it isn't the right option for folks wanting a live-streaming buzzer.
The Iota has built-in Z-Wave and Zigbee hubs, as well as Apple HomeKit compatibility.
The cheapest Family Hub fridge is surprisingly affordable and comes with enough smart features to merit consideration.
AT&T Digital Life offers a compelling alternative to the modular approach to smart living. If you're already planning to install a professional security system, AT&T Digital Life offers comparable rates. And if you can justify the extra expense, upgrading your package to include home automation buys one of the sleekest smart home setups out there.
Starting at $20 each, TP-Link's new smart bulbs connect directly to your router -- and to Alexa.
The Chamberlain Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener is a feat to install but is a worthwhile way for those with outdated garage systems to gain a foothold in the connected home.
Alexa's built into the Hubble Hugo, as is emotional intelligence.
If Siri-powered color changes are all that you're after, then this might be the bulb for you.