Don't-Miss Home Tech Stories
Aukey's first home security camera promises panoramic views and motion-triggered alerts, but suffers from hit-or-miss accuracy.
With its ultra-wide-angle lens, D-Link's HD 180-degree camera can take in more of a room from a fixed position than other cameras.
This is an inconvenient smart home controller married to a poor-quality speaker.
EZVIZ brings the easy setup and operation of the Mini indoor camera to its high-res outdoor model.
The Opcom Grow Wall in an extremely space-efficient hydroponic system that eschews soil entirely, and can accommodate up to 75 different plants, flowers or herbs.
Years from now, we’ll look back at this product and decide that it was ahead of its time.
It’s effective enough, but a la carte pricing is really the only thing that sets this inexpensive DIY home security system apart from its competition.
This slow-dimming bulb may help some drift off to sleep, but it's too dim and expensive for us to recommend.
Today’s color-tunable bulbs are brighter and easier to control than ever, but choosing the right one for your environment remains a challenge.
The original LIFX bulb is one of our top picks. The LIFX+ packs LEDs that illuminate the area around it with infrared light even when the bulb is otherwise turned off.
But if you’re not already vested in that ecosystem, there are better outdoor security cameras.
This new iteration of D-Link's wide-angle Dropcam clone overcomes its predecessor's weaknesses.
The Utilitech Water Leak Sensor is a cheap solution for Iris by Lowe's and Z-Wave hubs owners, but with some downsides.
Insteon's Water Leak Sensor is cheap by the bunch, but lacks an internal alarm and other helpful features.
The SmartThings Water Leak Sensor is short on useful features, but it's inexpensive and plays nicely with other devices and services.
The Fibaro Flood Sensor has some neat bells and whistles for those with the right know-how.