Herman Miller, the company behind the famous Aeron chair, has new sensor-equipped desks, which adjust to your liking with the help of a smartphone.
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Michigan State University believes transparent solar could harvest as much energy as rooftop solar, but without the bulk.
Bitdefender doubles down on guarding your network and IoT devices against attack with its second hardware offering, the Box 2. The latest version brings more power and more features, but at a higher price.
Whirlpool has created an Alexa skill that will let customers easily configure, start, and operate their connected microwaves with just their voice. Expect other manufacturers to follow.
The Evapolar is a compact evaporative air cooler and humidifier that will keep you cool in small spaces and looks good while doing so. Just don't expect it to cool down an entire room.
The Nest Thermostat E is a more affordable, but no less powerful, take on the company's most popular smart home device.
Amazon Echo comparisons are likely, but Apple is positioning HomePod as a music speaker.
The 4moms mamaRoo4 is an app-enabled infant seat that mimics the actual movements that parents make to soothe babies and keep them happy.