Designed to replace the faceplate of your existing Roomba, Thinking Cleaner connects the bot to your home wireless network and gives it all the features and functionality that iRobot forgot to include
This video profiles the city of Yiwu, China, where 60 percent of Christmas decorations are made. Somewhat surprisingly, they're mostly hand-assembled, instead of being mass-produced in a huge factory.
The gift-giving season is upon us, and our wish list is long, especially when it comes to gadgets for the home. But since it’s better to give than to receive, we also have a bunch of cool home tech we want to bestow upon our loved ones. Need some…
A startup just received $44 million in funding; Phononic uses semiconductors for refrigerators and wants to use them for air conditioners, too; this would make them much quieter.
Adoption of smart home devices is growing, and by 2019, most people expect to have at least one Internet-connected device in the house. This data comes from a recent survey of 2,000 people.
CellScope has developed an innovative new smartphone attachment that essentially transforms your device into a fully-functioning, network-connected otoscope -- the medical device that doctors use to look inside of people's ears.
These may not be sexy gadgets, but Lowe’s Iris system might be the smartest path to a smart home.
The 2015 CES, the biggest gadget show of the year, is mere weeks away. From wearables to the Internet of Things to smartphone cases galore, here's what we expect to see.
AWE me's Super Fan Builds made a Lord of the Rings litter box. Two cats will now be pooping in a gorgeous Hobbit-hole. Personally, we wouldn't let them wreck the Tower of Sauron scratching post, either.
Based on some recently discovered features, it appears that Nest will soon integrate with Google Now, making temperature adjustments possible via spoken commands on your smartphone.
A neighborhood in Yucaipa, California synchronized all their Christmas lights to flash in time to Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "Wizards of Winter." The video was taken by a drone, so... bonus points?
Frigidaire’s Gallery Series double oven is spacious and sleek, offering plenty of room for any size meal.
MIT chemists have created sensors that detect spoiled food and many types of gas; the sensors don't use much power and can communicate with smartphones, and researchers hope they can detect dangerous gas levels in manufacturing plants, too.
Contractor and garage tinkerer Scott Rumschlag has spent the last couple years developing his own version of the iconic Fletcher Capstan table, and has recently begun selling the plans online for just 29 bucks
If you want to invest in a home bar, this guide will tell you what accessories and essentials you need, just in time for all that holiday entertaining that’s about to happen.
Sony’s Qrio is a smart lock that quickly exceeds Its crowdfunding goal on the Japanese equivalent of Kickstarter; the lock requires no tools to install and lets users open their doors with their smartphones.
You can’t stand them. But either through marriage or bad luck, you’re related. And you’re going to see them during the holidays, so you need to get them something. Sure, you could be polite and just purchase an inoffensive Starbucks gift card and call…
The Depict Frame is a specialty 4K display designed for the sole purpose of showcasing art in ultra-high resolution. You get framed art that you can constantly update, simply by using Depict's iOS app.
The new Keurig 2.0 only works with the company's branded K-Cups, but people have found an easy way to trick the machine by affixing a Keurig label onto cheaper, off-brand K-Cups
Intel launches its IoT platform, hoping it will bring simple, secure IoT-based solutions to a variety of industries, including wearables and smart homes. The chip-maker wants to be ahead of the game when it comes to the Internet of Things.
Starz CEO spoke at the 2014 UBS Global Media and Communications and explained why business with Netflix is not always good.