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Sekiro and difficulty: Forget the gatekeeping, anyone can play this gem

Commentary: From Software's latest action epic doesn't need an easy mode, but it's also not just for elite gamers. In fact, it's a better experience if you aren't one. → Read More

Smart home tech that can save you time

From doing the chores for you to keeping your hands free for other tasks, these smart home gadgets are our favorites when it comes to putting time back into your day. → Read More

Smart home tech that can save you money

Investing in a more connected home could repay you in the long run. Here are some of the best examples. → Read More

Sleeping with Somnox: Tossing and turning with this robot pillow

I spent a few nights curled up with this kidney-shaped breathing bot. Here are my thoughts so far. → Read More

Hubitat welcomes Lowe's Iris orphans

The privacy-focused smart home hub will work with first-generation Iris sensors, even after the Lowe's hub shuts down on March 31. → Read More

The best alarm clocks of 2019

Start your day off on the right foot with a reliable alarm clock that makes your morning easier. → Read More

Facial recognition: Apple, Amazon, Google and the race for your face

Facial recognition technology is both innovative and worrisome. Here's how it works and what you need to know. → Read More

Facial recognition: Apple, Amazon, Google and the race for your face

Facial recognition technology is both innovative and worrisome. Here's how it works and what you need to know. → Read More

Facial recognition 101: Your face is your new fingerprint

Facial recognition technology is both innovative and worrisome. Here's how it works and what you need to know. → Read More

Bosch dishwashers turn up the heat for CrystalDry dishes

Bosch's latest models focus on making your dishes bone dry when the cycle completes. → Read More

Frigidaire's fancy new dishwasher rethinks cleaning and drying ahead of KBIS

The Frigidaire FGIP2468 doubles down on the effective OrbitClean feature and takes an interesting approach to drying dishes quickly. → Read More

Inside an indie: Making a film from scratch

Here’s an inside look at what it’s like to make a movie without the budget or resources of a Hollywood studio. → Read More

Barsys Automated Cocktail Maker review: A messy cocktail maker that pours disappointing drinks

Barsys is a cool idea in need of a lot of refinement. → Read More

Hubitat's smart home works without the internet

The sleek new Hubitat Elevation Hub processes everything locally, so you can keep using your smart home even when the Wi-Fi goes down. → Read More

Ninety7 Jot Portable Battery Base for Google Home Mini review: A sensible Google Home Mini accessory at a reasonable price

This smart speaker add-on gives the Google Home Mini a day's worth of battery life. → Read More

CES 2019: Bosch projector turns your shelf into a touchscreen

This tiny module can project an interactive image on up to six different surfaces. → Read More

CES 2019: Pepper's Alexa-equipped scale can help you track your sugar intake

Calculate your meal's sugar content, calories, lipids, amino acids and a wide variety of other nutrients to help you manage a specific diet. → Read More

Kangaroo rounds out their simple security system at CES 2019

The startup has expanded beyond motion sensors to keep better watch over your home. → Read More

Kangaroo rounds out its simple security system at CES 2019

The startup has expanded beyond motion sensors to keep better watch over your home. → Read More

Sunflower Labs wants to use drones to keep your mansion safe at CES 2019

These garden lights sense motion and vibration, then send a drone to check out suspicious activity. → Read More