Amazon is apparently busy preparing several exciting new products, which could be announced at its upcoming September 28th hardware event. According to Bloomberg, a 15-inch “Wall Echo” display is in the works that could double as a control center for smart homes, not to mention several new Amazon Fire and Echo products.
There’s nothing worse than losing the remote to your Google TV streaming box or television. And, to make matters worse, these remotes are typically small, thin, and fall through the cushions way too easily. Thankfully, Google has finally added a feature that lets you use your Android phone as a Google TV remote.
Piaggio, the company behind the Vespa, recently announced its latest product, the Gitamini Robot. This little contraption is essentially a robotic cargo device. It acts like a backpack or a suitcase, which will hold all your gear and follow you around for added convenience.
Govee is running a one-day sale on some of our favorite smart lighting products. Now’s your chance to save up to 44% on products like the Govee Flow smart lighting bars, the Govee Bluetooth Patio Lights, or Govee’s various car lighting accessories.
We were blown away when we tested the original Wyze Cam Pan, an indoor security camera that can turn 360 degrees to track people, pets, or other moving subjects. But Wyze is taking things to the next level with its Wyze Cam Pan V2, an upgrade that features full-color Night Vision thanks to a new Starlight Sensor.
There’s nothing better than being deeply immersed in a great book. And now, Google Assistant has teamed up with Reese’s Book Club to help make your reading experience even better. So enjoy a hands-free and immersive reading experience on all your favorite Nest devices, not to mention great book recommendations monthly.
If you’ve been looking to add Qi wireless charging to your desk, table, or shelf, IKEA’s new $40 wireless charging pad is the perfect solution. You can mount IKEA’s Sjömärke wireless charging pad yourself, anywhere you want, and it’ll charge through wood and plastic, hidden on the underside of your furniture.
LG has announced a lineup of absolutely massive Direct View LED (DVLED) home cinema displays for those with a big living room, and more importantly, big enough pockets to afford one. These new TV sets range from a modest 108-inch LED to an epic 325-inch 8K TV that costs north of $1.7 million. So basically, if you have to ask “how much?” they’ll be too expensive for your taste.
In the last year, Wyze significantly changed by pivoting from smart home products like cameras and plugs to simpler items like vacuums and night lights. Now it’s clear why some of that shift had to happen. For the last year, Wyze was in a fight for survival.
Let’s take a step back to an ancient time before Google Assistant, Siri, or Alexa. A time when smart homes were an idea almost unheard of, and voice commands were (even more) awful. Back in 2007, the world saw the launch of Vlingo, and it almost became the voice assistant everyone would use today.