When it comes to smart lights, one of the most widely known has been Signify’s, Philips Hue. Since first being introduced in 2012, Philips Hue has grown from just a few bulbs to a whole ecosystem of lights, switches and more.
It’s been almost four years since Google first introduced its Made by Google hardware initiative that began with the Google Home. It introduced the Google Assistant into our homes while also giving Amazon’s Echo devices a run for their money.
Lenovo has made a couple of announcements, including the new Smart Clock Essential, Yoga 9 Series and Legion Slim 7i and more.
Fitbit has announced two new smartwatches with the Versa 3 and Sense.
After being revealed at CES 2020, August has officially launched its 4th gen Wi-Fi Smart Lock.
Roku has announced its latest software update for its streaming players and Roku-powered TV sets.
After what seems like a waterfall of leaks, Google has now officially taken the wraps off its latest hardware products including the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.
Last year, Microsoft introduced Alexa voice controls for Xbox One and now it’s adding support for the Google Assistant.
Even though Google has already shown off the Pixel 4 a few months ago, the company is holding its annual “Made by Google” hardware event in October.
Lenovo has announced a successor to their original Lenovo Smart Displays with the new Smart Display 7.