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When it comes to recording audio, you never want to sacrifice on quality. Sometimes a larger microphone is just too much and that's where a lavalier comes in.
With the holiday clock ticking down, there's only a bit of time left to grab an awesome HomeKit-enabled device for that special someone.
Not all game systems offer Bluetooth support, but that doesn't mean you can't use your wireless headphones when gaming. Try these fantastic wireless Bluetooth transmitters!
The Sonos One is an amazing, Alexa-enabled speaker, but when it comes to getting the most from both streaming music and TV audio, the Sonos Beam is the true champion.
Kickstarter darling Pebble is back with a new, color, crowdfunded e-paper smartwatch. Meet Pebble Time, crowdfunding for $159.
If you can't quit Facebook but want to limit your data sharing, removing information is your next best bet.
Currently, the Ring doorbell does not support Homekit or Siri. Integration between the two has been expected for quite some time, however, there is no current compatibility.
While there are plenty of games to choose from on the NES Classic including Mega Man 2, Ninja Gaiden, Metroid, and Kirby's Adventure, the best game you can play on the console is Super Mario Bros. 3.
The Hue Go is brighter and more portable than the older Hue Bloom, and even though it costs a bit more, is still a solid choice when adding ambiance to almost any room in your connected home.
The $299 Pebble Time Steel starts shipping in July and will be available in silver, black, and gold. Early birds can pre-order via Kickstarter today for $250.
IFTTT — recently rebranded to just IF — is an extremely powerful tool for our connected universe, and pairing it up with the center of your smart home is a no-brainer.
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