Life can be busy, and unfortunately, it can often mean that we miss out on seeing relatives as frequently as we'd like. This can be especially difficult for young children. The new Amazon Glow hopes to close that gap, and I'm all for it as long as Amazon keeps up its end of the deal.
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There are a ton of smart home lighting solutions to choose from, but none are as popular or as well-known as those from Philips Hue. These are some of the best Philips Hue lights to add to your smart home.
One of the best things about SmartThings is that you can use a slew of other third-party devices on your system, doorbells and locks included. Since they all essentially share the same SmartThings support, we've focused on which devices have the best specs and tricks to justify adding them to your SmartThings arsenal.
Walt Disney World is pulling out all the stops for its 50th Anniversary celebration. Its biggest new initiative: an Echo Show 5 in every hotel room that responds to "Hey Disney." As useful as these could be, the implications could be worrying.
You can not only keep multiple electronics powered with the best smart power strip, but you can operate each one independently through voice commands or an app. These are the top picks for the best smart power strip to get for your smart home.
Having a home security camera (or two or three) is a great way to keep your home safe and under surveillance. While cloud storage is a convenient feature, these are the best security cameras with local storage, a great way to avoid additional charges and potential data breaches.
Smart light bulbs are a simple buy to get started on a smart home. You can swap one in for a standard A19 light bulb, download an app, then control it from your phone, or even sometimes by voice. They're really easy to set up and often add the ability to showcase light in millions of different colors instead of just standard soft white.