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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

Feel free to smack the Google Assistant-powered Lenovo Smart Clock

This alarm clock is smart enough to wake you up gently, then respond appropriately when you abuse it anyway. → Read More

Lenovo Smart Tab packs in Alexa and doubles as an Echo Show at CES

This touchscreen serves as a tablet when you're on the go, and a full-screen smart display when you dock it at home. → Read More

Google Assistant Connect lets device makers roll their own hardware

This chip will let manufacturers build simple voice assistant functionality into their devices while a nearby smart speaker does the computing. → Read More

Hypervsn's cool 3D holographic images are perfect for showing off at CES 2019

But whatever you do, don't touch the spinning blades. → Read More

Miracle Gro takes a crack at simplifying indoor planters at CES 2019

Make your garden grow with as little effort as possible. → Read More

Kepler Vision interprets your body language to watch for danger at CES 2019

This futuristic tech could soon help smart cams know if you're feeling defensive or stressed. → Read More

Orbit B-hyve gives Google Assistant the controls to your sprinkler at CES 2019

You can now control your sprinkler with a voice command to your Google Home. → Read More

iHome's Alexa speakers can take a beating at CES 2019

The portable smart speakers will sync with your phone to answer your questions. → Read More

CES 2019: This company wants to use augmented reality to help you garden

Simply called Connected Garden, this startup combines a plant sensor with a cool app for digitally mapping out your garden's needs. → Read More

SimCam can alert you if you left the fence open at CES 2019

You can train SimCam to monitor specific locations and even specific objects. → Read More