If you're a Google Home user without a paid Spotify account, your use of the service on Home has been limited. Up until now, Spotify has only integrated with Home for paid accounts.
With one surprisingly simple innovation, a student and researcher from Nottingham Trent University has figured out how to make washing machine companies clean up their carb
Emergency radio broadcasts are a staple when it comes to being prepared for most types of crises, whether a major storm or a blackout. The only problem is that many of us are no longer using AM/FM radios for much else.
Are you getting enough sleep? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 25 percent of Americans have sleep issues.
Now that fall is upon us, it’s time to break out the candles and bathe our homes in soothing scents like pumpkin pie, apple spice, and now — a different kind of Apple, that of the Mac variety. That’s right — it’s no longer the new car smell that consumers of the 21st century are pining
College students looking for a chance at fame and fortune have a new collaborative competition to look into this week, with Amazon’s announcement of its new Alexa Competition. The online retail giant says that the new competition, which has a grand prize total of $2.5 million, is meant to
The Oregon-based Kickstarter-backed company Coolest Cooler is feeling a little heat this week as the Oregon Department of Justice opened an official investigation into the company after receiving hundreds of complaints from Kickstarter backers who had yet to receive their coolers, despite the
After the drudgery of running the washing machine, few people are eager to fold their clothes and put them away. However, people leave clothes in the hamper, they quickly become wrinkled. What if your wardrobe could handle that instead?
Making smart cities may be a rather dumb idea. As it turns out, in our nascent efforts to turn everything into a connected device, we’ve also opened ourselves up to rather terrifying hacks and attacks. As per a recent report from the
On the same day that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that would allow authorities to fine hosts up to $7,500 for listing a property on rental sites like Airbnb, the company struck back and filed a federal lawsuit. The home rental giant claimed the new regulations would cause the