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Here's everything you need to know about Tesla's home battery

Shareholders voted in favor of Tesla buying SolarCity in a deal worth about $2 billion on Thursday, placing greater importance on Tesla's at-home battery.<p>Tesla unveiled its newly improved at-home battery, Powerwall 2.0, during its big solar-roof unveiling at the end of October.<p>The battery comes …

Your Eero Wi-Fi system just got smarter -- a lot smarter

If you have an Eero Wi-Fi system, here's some great news.<p>Eero announced today a major upgrade that brings in TrueMesh and Alexa compatibility to each of the system's three Wi-Fi units. Eero also updated its mobile app to reflect the additional features, and it will now give users a better view of …

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Alphabet's Nest Security Camera Just Got Way Smarter

A good security camera can act as an extra set of eyes and ears, but Nest, the Alphabet-owned smart home company, wants it to be able to do even more: Tell you exactly who's at your home.<p>A new update launching today in the Nest Cam app is making it easier for the company's consumer cameras to …

6 Salary Myths That Are Killing Your Earning Power

No, HR doesn't need to know your salary expectations upfront.<p>You’re not alone if you’ve ever accepted a less-than-awesome job offer hoping that it would pay off in a raise down the line, or felt pressure to state your salary expectations in an HR interview upfront. The truth is, there are a bunch …

11 Parents Share the Moment They Realized Their Baby Was Ugly

Turns out not all parents think their baby is the most beautiful human they've ever seen.<p>Parents have an inherent predisposition to believe their children are absolutely beautiful. Even when their children aren't much more than tiny blobs that eat, sleep, and cry (read: newborns), parents will …