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Amazon's Alexa can lock your front door if you own this smart lock

The future really is here. You can now lock command any Alexa-powered device like Amazon's Echo or Fire TV to lock your front door if you have an August Smart Lock installed. August Home Inc. announced on Thursday its first and second...Show More Summary

China's LeEco Buys Vizio for $2 Billion In Smart TV Market Grab

LeEco, the Netflix of China, is coming to the United States with its acquisition of Vizio.

Stitches are getting a lot smarter

In a world filled with smartphones, smart TVs and smart cars, smart stitches totally make sense. Scientists at Tufts University discovered a way to let doctors monitor how a wound heels through the kind of stitches it uses.

Bryan Fuller’s ‘Star Trek’ Series Will Premiere Internationally on Netflix

In the U.S., Star Trek fans interested in Bryan Fuller‘s new series will have no choice but to subscribe to CBS All Access. It’s a major play to get TV viewers to sign up for CBS’ new streaming service, and a very smart one — Trek lovers...Show More Summary

A 50-inch 4K TV this good really shouldn’t be this cheap

Okay seriously, where does Hisense get off selling the Hisense 50H7GB2 50-Inch 4K Smart LED TV for just $548 on Amazon? It's really not fair to all the other TV manufacturers out there. The worst part is that we're not even talking about a crummy low-quality HDTV here. Show More Summary

Kicking the fun up a notch at your local smart stadium

In an era where sporting games can be beamed into one’s home via tv or internet subscription with curated footage without the need to battle car parking, queues, expensive tickets, unhealthy fast food or poor viewing seats, it’s clear that sports stadiums need to offer something radical to entice fans away from their home comforts.... Show More Summary

Thinking of Buying a Chromecast? Buy a Stick PC Instead

In the middle of 2016, we can firmly say that you should not buy a smart TV. No matter which TV you have, you will need an external device with it that adds the smarts. For most people, the first choice is Google’s Chromecast, a much-loved device costing just $35. Show More Summary

Roewe RX5 SUV Becomes The First Car To Join The Internet Of Things

you may already have a smart phone, a smart tv, and maybe even a smart watch, but the next connected device in your life could be a smart car. no - not the compact city car from daimler, instead chinese automaker saic has launched a connected car under its roewe brand, in collaboration with e-commerce firm alibaba. Show More Summary

Static Podcast: Pokemon GO, Pokemon GO, Pokemon GO

In this week’s episode: Pokemon Go, lies, book characters vs their movie and TV counterparts, plus we answer your question: what was the first smart (or dumb) phone you had? Watch the expanded show in video or subscribe to the audio feed via iTunes and Pocket Casts. More »      

Gizmodo Australia Podcast: When Characters From Books Come To TV

In this week’s episode: Pokemon Go, lies, book characters vs their movie and TV counterparts, plus we answer your question: what was the first smart (or dumb) phone you had? In this episode of Static, host Rae Johnston is joined by Gizmodo...Show More Summary

Samsung launches 44 new TVs in India including SUHD and Joy Beat TVs

Samsung has launched 44 new TV models in India including its high-end SUHD TVs, mid-range Smart TVs, and affordable range of Joy Beat TVs. Prices of these TVs range from as low as INR 28,000 ($415) to as high as INR 2,400,000 ($35,725). The...Show More Summary

Samsung Joy Series: A Budget TV With Good Specs

The latest range of TVs are affordable and offer Smart features as well.

Using The Vive’s Lighthouse With DIY Electronics

The HTC Vive is the clear winner of the oncoming VR war, and is ready to enter the hallowed halls of beloved consumer electronics behind the Apple Watch, Smart Home devices, the 3Com Audrey, and Microsoft’s MSN TV. This means there’s...Show More Summary

Nintendo might make dedicated controllers for its own mobile games

Nintendo may soon be making game controllers for ‘smart devices’ including smartphones, tablets and set-top TV boxes. The news comes via the company’s 76th Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Q&A, where general manager of entertainment...Show More Summary

Samsung Grants Full Access to Smart TV SDK Preview Guide

Samsung Electronics publically released its Smart TV Software Development Kit (SDK) Preview UI guide on June 30, 2016, securing developer content exposure and expanding the consumer’s single access experience. Previously, the Smart TV...Show More Summary

Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant can now order millions of items - CNET

4 weeks agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The Echo smart speaker and Fire TV previously were able to reorder items already purchased before.

Data Never Sleeps: Experts Reveal Amount of Web Data Generated Every Minute

Domo Inc., an American computer software company, released a report on how much data is generated every minute through our smartphones, smartwatches, smart TVs, and countless other devices that are all connected to the web, and the numbers are surprisingly huge.

Roku widens TV line with Hitachi - CNET

Hitachi's smart TVs soon will come with Roku's streaming-media boxes basically bundled inside.

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