Customers with disabilities can now control the Xfinity X1 cable box using just their eyes.
The PicoStill attachment lets you distill alcoholic spirits and flavorful essential oils, with delicious results.
Back in January, Google said it would work with car accessory makers on a plug-in device that adds Google Assistant to your car. The first such device, Anker’s Roav Bolt, is now available and we take it for a test drive.
The Sub Compact is a smaller version of Hopsy's kegerator that turns beer into a subscription service.
Meural is a digital art frame that beams paintings into your home. And Netgear is readying a new version for later this year.
The LG Instaview ThinQ Fridge has Alexa built-in, a transparent OLED screen and works seamlessly with other LG appliances.
Three digital printers can take photos from your smartphone and print the images on your fingernail. I tried them all.
Whirlpool's smart-oven prototype knows what you're cooking and even helps guide you through the prep process.
The Lenovo Smart Clock helps you fall asleep and wake up better than a smartphone while allowing you to control other smart home gadgets with routines.
The Mookkie pet bowl's AI-powered camera can identify pets, and only let approved critters eat from its bowl.
The RoomMe can automatically turn on smart home devices in your home on a room-by-room basis based on your phone's location.
Living with the Fire TV Cube reinforced how great a remote Alexa can be — and how inexcusable the lack of YouTube is.
Amazon's Fire TV Cube provides more Alexa integration for your home entertainment, but it's missing a major app.
The Google Home Mini is a worthwhile purchase, but it's not for everyone. Here are the pros and cons.
At SXSW, Google showed off how cool its Assistant can be, and made me rethink my stance on digital assistants.
The Caveasy One wine rack lets you know when your wine is best to drink and has an app that will help you pair it with food.
Innit's Google Assistant-enabled app can guide you through every step of the cooking process, and even control smart appliances.
The Innit app can guide you through the entire cooking process, and can even help you decide what to make based on the ingredients you have on hand.