Rob Stott

Rob Stott

Rob is Editorial Director for CT Lab at NAPCO Media.

Walmart Catches Heat After Cutting Price-Matching Service

Despite claiming that its Savings Catcher tool is no longer needed because they already offer the lowest prices around, Walmart experienced tremendous backlash from customers after pulling the plug on the program.

Josh.ai and LG Team Up on TV Voice Control

Custom integration-focused voice control brand Josh.ai announced that it has secured a partnership with LG to add voice commands for the TV-manufacturer's range of 2018 and 2019 displays.

Atari VCS Delayed Again, Gets a Spec Upgrade

The good: The Atari VCS is getting an upgrade to its internal specs. The bad: The changes to the system have pushed its expected launch date to the end of the year or possible 2020.

UNBOXED: Reviewing the AVITA Liber Laptop

AVITA steps very far outside of the box with some of the color options available for its Liber line of laptops. But the portable PC is far more than just a look piece; it actually performs well on the road.

Ep. 47: The Story Behind the Control4 Tiny Smart Home

Brad Hintze, the senior director of product marketing for Control4, joins us to talk about the company's Tiny Smart Home, which debuted during Design and Construction Week. The 250-square-foot abode is completely decked out with every last bit of connected tech you could possibly imagine.

FCC Opens Up Experimental Spectrum for 6G Testing

The FCC unanimously voted last week to start opening up experimental spectrum that it will license to communications and tech firms as they begin preparations for 6G connectivity.

IKEA, Sonos to Show First New Products at Milan Furniture Show

IKEA and Sonos will officially show off the first products created as part of the partnership the two announced back in 2017. The smart speakers will be part of the SYMFONISK line, which will debut at the Milan Furniture Fair in April.