Want a simpler smart doorbell? Olive & Dove's AA-powered model might do the trick.
Nutrismart, from the French company Terraillon, does a visual scan of your food and gives you nutritional info for what you're about to eat.
Curb is a whole-home energy monitoring system that tracks all of the juice flowing out of your circuit breaker to help you cut your consumption.
Seven Dreamers built a robot to fold your laundry for you -- and it actually works.
The Inirv React is a system that uses motion and smoke detection to figure out if you've been away from the cooktop too long, and it will turn off your burner for you.
With five USB ports and a Qi wireless charging pad, this device can charge anything you need. Plus, it packs built-in Alexa voice controls.
SolarGaps smart blinds bring power into your home, and the company plans to integrate with Google Home.
This little puck responds to your waves and uses Alexa for voice control.
Three small countertop appliances from a manufacturer called Gourmia will work with Amazon's voice-activated assistant.
The smart assistant from Bosch will respond to voice commands and project cooking videos on your kitchen wall.
Ecovacs stuck a security camera and an air purifier on a robot vacuum at CES 2017.
iBaby's smart assistant will flourish or perish by its personality -- but it has promise.
Keep your bedmate happy by letting Nora nudge you when you snore.
The Kwikset Obsidian is the brand's first lock with absolutely no place to put a key.
Like an orb shaped Google Home, the Nvidia Spot responds to your voice commands and controls your TV.
Hello Egg is a voice-activated countertop assistant that can project cooking videos and build grocery lists.
The CloudTot sleeper uses a "Pep peg" to make sure all is well with your sleeping child.
The Bluetooth sensor helps keep your home's heating and cooling system healthy.