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Join Wyze Home Monitoring Now to Avoid a Price Hike

Wyze Home Monitoring is one of the most affordable home security systems available today, but customers who sign up after April 6th will find themselves paying double the $5 monthly fee. That’s right; Home Monitoring is about to get a price hike, but you can avoid it if you sign up early enough.

You Can Ignore That Wyze Critical Security Alert

Wyze Home Monitoring customers may get some weird notifications from 4 PM to 5 PM ET on March 2nd. That’s because Wyze is running a test to try and fix the Security Camera feature in Home Monitoring. Customers with iOS devices may receive critical security alerts during this test, and Android users might get unnecessary push notifications.

Google Assistant Finally Has a Fix for Ultra-Slow Performance

Hardcore Google Assistant users may set up the virtual assistant on dozens (or even hundreds) of devices. But all the phones, speakers, and smart displays that you’ve connected to Google Assistant are only slowing down your voice commands. Thankfully, Google now offers an easy fix for your laggy Assistant.

RoboRock Made a Robot Mop That Finally Makes Sense

Believe it or not, robot vacuums don’t suck anymore. They’re powerful, intelligent, and well worth the effort of dumping out a dust bin every few days. But you can’t say the same for robot mops. They require a ton of maintenance, and frankly, that maintenance isn’t worth the half-baked “mopping” job you end up with. Roborock has a solution, though, and it’s enormous.

Flic’s New Smart Home Button Comes with a Twist

When Flic first debuted its Smart Button, I thought that we had finally found the perfect alternative to unreliable (and annoying) voice assistants. But you need more than just a simple smart home button if you really want to ditch Alexa and Google. That’s why Flic is working on the Twist smart home controller, a smart home button with a dial that can trigger several custom events and routines.

Google Assistant Now Lets You Delay Actions Within Your Routines

Google has spent the last year trying to improve its smart assistant Routines, the single-command shortcuts that trigger multiple changes across your home. Earlier this year, the company announced one-tap My Actions buttons that let you start Routines from the Google Home app. And now, Google is quietly rolling out a Delay Start feature that lets you adjust when specific actions within your Routines start.
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