This connected cam can follow the action with it’s rotating head, and will learn your voice and respond to commands
The new Yale Linus lock aims to be a fully integrated smart-home security device, and it looks promising.
A new device called Monkey will connect to your apartment’s intercom system and enable you to let guests, delivery people and yourself into the building remotely.
Xandem Home, now live on Indiegogo, can track motion through walls, activate alarms and even integrate with your smart home.
The SmartyPans app-connected skillet, which debuts at CES this week, will calculate the nutritional info of the food you cook — if the product’s crowdfunding campaign is a success.
The Spün smart utensil uses your food’s weight and a Bluetooth-connected app to how many calories are in each bite you take.
This Kickstarter project boasts greater automation and a lower price than its smart-shade competitors.
Somm will control the temperature and aeration of its wine, plus educate users via an app.
Users will be able to control the new Smartech Batteries using an app.
Kickstarter favorite Wynd is planning to clean up the air you breath.