Apple’s indirect presence may be fading from CES as Google and Amazon stole the show with their smart assistants and speakers, but that didn't stop the Cupertino company's representatives from holding curious talks with some interesting suppliers in Las Vegas.
Finally AM/FM radio will be controllable through CarPlay's native interface thanks to a new app from music-tagging database Gracenote.
We got to go hands-on with First Alert's upcoming smoke and carbon monoxide detector, the OneLink Safe & Sound. It integrates not only a HomeKit smoke and carbon monoxide sensor, but a premium AirPlay 2 speaker, and Amazon Alexa voice control.
Libratone was on hand at CES 2018 showing off their flagship speaker that will be gaining support for Alexa and AirPlay 2, as well as their new pair of wireless headphones, the Track+.
Belkin just announced a whole swath of new wireless charging products at CES. We've gone hands-on to test them out and get an early look at what you can expect when they launch later this year.
DJI has given a major upgrade to their popular Osmo Mobile gimbal, fixing many (if not all) of the pain points from the first generation. We went hands-on to see how it held up.
Between gear for shooting video, for writing and keeping everything powered up, it takes quite a bit of tech to cover CES. We break it all down in this special edition of “What's In My Bag.”
Here at CES 2018, Orbit announced that HomeKit support will be coming to their line of irrigation products, which encompasses smart sprinklers and other accessories.
Nanoleaf, the makers of one of my fav HomeKit lighting solutions, called Aurora, launched two new products at CES 2018: a dodecahedron-shaped HomeKit controller to set scenes or control your lights and a new lighting system using square tiles instead of triangles.
Oral hygiene company Colgate at CES unveiled its first app-connected electronic toothbrush.
Smart home accessory manufacturer Fibaro has launched their latest product here at CES 2018, dubbed The Button, which lets you perform any number of tasks by the press of... a button. It will even support Apple's HomeKit platform, though not at launch.
Announced in Las Vegas at CES, the Nokia Sleep is described as an "advanced sensor" built directly into your mattress pad. The Wi-Fi connected device slips under your mattress with the goal of monitoring and recording sleep patterns.