A pair of early-2000s digital photo frames evolves with my home and keeps all my memories alive.
Brilliant, a smart home controller, is helping builders make high-tech a standard option for new homes
For anyone who’s ever wondered, "How does my plant really feel?" finding the answer could get a whole lot easier with the Lua smart planter concept.
I never considered myself one for smart-home technology—until I discovered the magic of a Wi-Fi-enabled plug that can be switched on or off from anywhere.
It’s connected to a mini computer called the "hub" that captures and uses sleep data to adapt to your sleep preferences.
Smart home hubs are taking over—here’s what you need to know to find the right one for you.
The Sonos One smart speaker has been reimagined in a new range of on-trend colors inspired by—and matching—Hay’s palette.
Could this investment in California-based Plant Prefab be a new avenue for Alexa expansion?
The speakers are made from 80 percent biodegradable materials, an impressive feat in an industry known for creating large amounts of e-waste.
Meet Ori, a new furniture system that can transform studio apartment living.
In episode 3 of Home of the Future, we pack our prefab house with a host of smart devices controlling temperature, sound, lighting, and more.
This unique, um, creature is tasked with looking after the succulent on its back.
Ori, controlled by a physical module, mobile app, or voice commands, turns studio apartments into so much more. The system is now available to developers in Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C.
Condo project, Smart Brickell, inks the first deal in Miami to manage Airbnb rentals via Pillow’s platform.
Customers are sharing photos of the solar tiles being installed—and how well they perform.
Launching this summer, Philip Hue’s new outdoor lights can be controlled via an app or voice assistant just like its indoor versions.
Technology has raised the bar for how perfect our homes can be.
The newest Cyclone series stick vacuum comes with a power upgrade offering maximum suction.
The collection, a collaboration with Swedish company Teenage Engineering, is slated to launch in February 2019.
A San Francisco couple shows how to turn your home into a smart one—in a relatively painless and potentially kind of fun way.
The smart speaker and home tech hub comes with the Siri assistant and works with HomeKit-compatible devices.
Each wireless speaker retains the shell of the original tennis ball as a protective skin that also absorbs vibration.
Herman Miller has joined the office tech surveillance movement by unveiling Live OS, a line of fancy Yves Béhar-designed furniture sensors connected to the cloud.