Today, Huawei shared more details of its HarmonyOS operating system, which is going to be used to connect all kinds of smart devices, including smartphones, wearables, TVs, and more.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new company, Nothing, is planning to release a set of wireless earbuds this summer, with more products coming later this year to build a smart ecosystem.
We've known that Facebook was working on it's answer to Amazon's device, but a new report suggests that the unit already has a name and price and will be revealed at the F8 developer event in May.
One of the biggest electronics shows in the world kicks off next week, and we will be there to bring you all the latest news and product info. In the meantime, here's a rundown of what to expect.
Smart technology in the home is becoming more prevalent, from entertainment to security to comfort. Now it appears to be coming to one of the more private spaces, the home of your porcelain throne.
Roku has been rather successful with its streaming option on OEM TVs, but the company now wants to expand into a system that connects entertainment components wirelessly, and offers a smart assistant.
While you usually think about voice recognition and smart technology for home electronics and smartphones, you don't usually think about them for air purifiers or conditioners. LG has, however.
The all-new Echo comes with a dedicated bass tweeter and a modified, shorter design. The company held a surprise hardware event where it launched a slew of products pertaining to the Echo line.
Although smart locks offer a wide range of conveniences, there is the off chance that something can go wrong since it's a connected device. This seems to be the case for around 500 locked out users.
Microsoft partners up with Johnson Controls in the hopes of competing in the smart home market. The result is a modern and beautiful GLAS thermostat that you can control through Cortana.
Amazon has quietly rolled out a competitor to Best Buy's Geek Squad, where Amazon employees will visit customers' homes and set up smart devices for a fee. The service is available around 7 US cities.
Google has introduced a new feature called "Home Control" for its Google Assistant on Pixel devices. It allows you to control your smart home devices directly from your smartphone.