By CE Pro Editors · May 18, 2019 • DTS Play-Fi embraces Apple with new support for AirPlay 2 and 'Works with HomePod' initially available for select McIntosh and Arcom products.
By Lisa Montgomery · May 2, 2019 • Key Features of S-Series AVRs include enhanced audio return channel, Atmos, party mode, Audyssey calibration, and more.
By Lisa Montgomery · May 1, 2019 • M-CR612 Hi-Res Network CD Receiver from Marantz delivers voice-controllable playback from digital and analog sources.
By CE Pro Editors · April 8, 2019 • The table lamp features a speaker similar to the Sonos:One in design and performance but does not include a smart lightbulb out of the box.
By Julie Jacobson · February 15, 2019 • Savant demonstrates two-way 'fully sanctioned' IP control of Apple TV for entertainment and home-automation applications.
By Julie Jacobson · February 14, 2019 • At ISE 2019, Crestron showed first two-way IP control of Apple TV, turning the TSR-310 home-automation controller into a 'native' Siri remote.
By Julie Jacobson · January 10, 2019 • Chinese home-automation giant Tuya powers more than 100 million smart-home products and is taking the U.S. IoT market by storm, starting at CES 2019.
By CE Pro Editors · January 9, 2019 • VIZIO's newest version of its SmartCast platform adds support for Apple AirPlay2 and HomeKit, with a full rollout expected by Q2 2019.
By CE Pro Editors · January 8, 2019 • VIZIO's 2019 P-Series Quantum X and M-Series Quantum lines both feature its Quantum Color and Active Full Array technologies, while the V-Series offers budget-conscious buyers a new option.
By CE Pro Editors · November 20, 2018 • By acquiring Netatmo, Legrand looks to strengthen its presence in the smart home market and improve its use of AI and voice assistants.
By Robert Archer · June 15, 2017 • Not surprisingly, Amazon’s Alexa dominates the voice control market, followed by Apple's Siri, Savant, Google and Comcast. Check out the complete list in our 2017 Brand Analysis.
By Julie Jacobson · December 2, 2016 • Although they don’t have booths on the show floor, Google (Assistant), Amazon (Alexa) and Apple (Siri) will dominate IoT voice control at CES 2017. Plus: Thread and Weave home automation in the Google Home hub? (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)