Is it a lamp? Is it a speaker? It’s both. The Symfonisk line of speakers are designed to blend into the home in a very literal way.
The company has announced Habitat, a new platform that hosts simulated environments where AI can learn navigational skills.
Its new line of "Bespoke" fridges come in a series of shapes and colors that can be customized for any kitchen.
Samsung’s newest TV, the Sero, has a QLED screen that’s designed to display vertically shot videos.
The 77-inch OLED screen crouches behind two oak and aluminum-banded panels that are, in fact, the TV’s sound system.
Two years after releasing smart lightbulbs, Ikea is back with motorized blinds that rise and lower with the touch of a button.
At CES 2019, Samsung is showing off an updated version of its sleek QLED TV designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to evoke the shape of a serif capital I.
The three-camera system uses "computer vision and deep learning algorithms" to recognize potential break-ins before they happen.
Whether it’s relaying your name to a non-human operator or telling Google to turn up the lights in your home, we’re talking to more robots—but the technology is leaving people who stutter behind.
Facebook just launched its first hardware product, and it’s an Alexa-meets-Google Home-meets-Apple HomePod breed of device.
Google has Home; Amazon has Echo; Apple has HomePod; and now Samsung is entering the ever-crowding space with Galaxy Home.
With Apple’s iOS 10 and the company’s new Home app beaming onto devices the world over, we’ve rounded up 7 compatible products to smarten up your home.
Home technologies can offer unprecedented levels of information and automation, but with so many places to start, it’s hard to know where to start. Tech mavens from Nest, Amazon, and more share their tips for how to make your dumb home smart.