The Hoover Vision smart oven has a full colour interactive touchscreen built into the door, and can connect to your phone via an app. Is this the future of cooking?
For between £15 and £17.50 O2 will install a package of smart devices in your home. We see if the plans are good value or if you should shop elsewhere.
A survey has found that 76% of people are fearful of smart tech. Are we right to be worried? Read our advice on the risks with smart home technology.
The Google Home does everything from controlling smart tech to ordering taxis. It can play music too, but once you've listened to it you'd rather it didn't.
If you're interested in monitoring your local environment, you may have come across the Netatmo Weather Station. But is it any good? We take a look in our first look review.
With Amazon's Alexa being integrated in to TV sets you don't even need a special remote for voice commands. Here's what you can do.
Would you pay £6 to get a smart home? We look at Hive's new Welcome Home Plan to see if its devices are any good and if £6 per month is a good deal.
We've found the best devices to make full use of the voice-control feature on Amazon Echo and Google Home smart hubs, from Nest thermostats to Wemo plugs.
Ikea is getting into the smart home market with its own range of smart light bulbs. How does it stack up against the Philips Hue range of smart bulbs?