Ain’t no mountain high enough to keep this man from his smart home

In order to prove that he can control his smart home using Z-Wave from anywhere, a climber is going to the summit of Mount Everest. He'll whip out his phone and lock the door in New Jersey from over 29,000 feet.
Home Theater

To make your smart TV safe from spying, manufacturers need to up their game

Your smart TV is just as much a security and privacy liability as your laptop – more so in some cases. Here’s what needs to be done before they become a major hacking target.

K-Cups’ serving size too small? Keurig introduces pods that will fill up your mug

Keurig has launched a larger, travel-sized K-Mug pod, designed to deliver more brew for coffee lovers on the run: It makes cups in 12-, 14-, and 16-ounce sizes. The new cups are also more recyclable.

Number-crunching servers may just save you money while they heat your house

Utilities provider Eneco is partnering with a cloud service provider to place servers in homes for the purpose of providing home heating. This is the first such experimental project to involve a partnership with a utility company.

This website custom tailors food for your pet’s breed, age, and activity level

Hate going to the pet store? Petbrosia will deliver pet food for your cat or dog, and it will be specially tailored to his or her breed, body type, age, and activity level.
Product Review

GE PT9550SFSS Review

You can't cook like a TV chef, but this GE smart oven lets you feel like one.

What’s cooking in the kitchen? Check on Jenn-Air’s smart oven from the living room

Get cooking from your couch. Jenn-Air's new dual convection wall oven wirelessly connects to your iOS or Android device so users can operate the machine remotely. Its features include cooking guidelines for over 30 menu options.

Want a smart home without a big investment? This $30 smart outlet might be for you

A new Bluetooth-enabled smart outlet from Nyrius enables users to control home appliances from their smart device. A special proximity sensor turns off your lights when you walk out of the room.

This snowboarder can step out his front door and head down the mountain

The thing about tiny homes is that they can fit just about anywhere. Snowboarder Mike Basich's house is just over 200 square feet and is located right on the slopes. He even has a chairlift on his property.