Monica Chin is a writer at The Verge, covering computers. Previously, she was a staff writer for Tom's Guide, where she wrote about everything from artificial intelligence to social media and the internet of things to. She had a particular focus on smart home, reviewing multiple devices. In her downtime, you can usually find her at poetry slams, attempting to exercise, or yelling at people on Twitter.
The Amazon Echo Spot is a compact Alexa device that's pretty easy to set up. Here's how you do it.
While it’s not as large or loud as the Echo Show, the Google Home Hub—now called the Google Nest Hub—is an affordable and capable alternative for those looking for a smart display.
Get Amazon’s least expensive Alexa speaker up and running. Here's how to set up the Echo Dot.
If you're looking for inexpensive color smart bulbs, look no further than the Sengled Element Color Plus Starter Kit.
The Amazon Echo Plus is a huge upgrade from its predecessor, with great audio quality and a convenient built-in smart-home hub.
While it's missing some of the snazziest features, the Versa Lite brings the core functionality of Fitbit's Versa at a more affordable price.
While still a bit confused about what it wants to be, the second Echo Show is a huge improvement over the first.
For $179, Sonos and Ikea present this smart speaker that doubles as a futuristic table lamp.
Amazon is reportedly working on a high-end speaker to challenge the HomePod and Sonos One.
It's no secret that Google Assistant stores your recordings. But a new report reveals that Google employees listen to some of them too.
Never miss a meeting again: Here's how to sync your Google, Apple, or Microsoft Office calendar with Alexa.
It's easy to use Amazon's assistant on your Android phone with the dedicated Alexa app. Here's how to get started.
If you've got an embarrassing YouTube history, don't worry. Here's an easy way to clear it.