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Starting at $25 each, these enormous, distinctive-looking LEDs might be a sneaky smart alternative to a more expensive hanging fixture.
The Amazon Fire TV Recast is a user-friendly OTA streaming product especially suited to users and fans of the Fire TV.
With so many solid $500 convertibles available, the Acer Spin 3 comes up short in battery life and performance.
Chevy’s plug-in hybrid charges faster and receives fresh tech.
AmazonBasics Microwave review: Alexa makes you popcorn, orders more in this compact, affordable microwave - CNET
Use Alexa to control the new AmazonBasics Microwave and you might not want to go back to cooking without voice commands.
Dolby's first consumer electronics product has been designed first and foremost for the home entertainment experience -- with an emphasis on home.
Mazda's subcompact crossover brings a little extra personality to the party.
A Hollywood phone with a big budget and a disappointing ending.
Tovala Smart Oven Gen 2 review: Smarter styling and app improvements help this smart oven shine - CNET
Tovala improved the look of its smart steam oven, added more recipes and resources to the app and dropped the price.
The Home Bar squeezes high-end cocktails and craft beers into single-serve pods.
If you're buying a new iPhone, this should be your starting point.
A new V8 engine option brings newfound athleticism to Bentley's big Bentayga.
Samsung, LG and Huawei are all predicted to launch foldable phones soon, but you can preorder the Royole FlexPai right now.
This reimagined MacBook Air fixes almost all previous design issues, but not without adding a couple of its own.
Fitbit's newest tracker does all the fitness things you want it to, but the Versa is still more fun.
The new Hue Play fixtures are some of the most likable new accent lights in the Philips lineup -- but do they really need to cost this much?
It's strange, it's expensive, and it would look out of place in most homes. What's the point of this thing?
The Pixel 3 XL screens calls, has wireless charging and delivers the same camera experience as the Pixel 3 -- all on a bigger display.
The Pixel 3's camera already makes it a standout -- but useful Google software elevates the phone even more.
Want to carry the best tech you can fit in your pocket? Get this phone.