Wendell from Level One Techs joins us to catch up on low-power hardware, his home automation setup, and thoughts on so much more.
Sometimes your best upgrades are unplanned; Chris just got his Home Assistant Yellow fully deployed.
Chris' Raspberry Pi server is dead, and Alex has a few ideas for his next build.
Alex is replacing his Chromecast and Google Nest Mini with an open-source solution, and why we’re all getting a little hyped about Matter.
What is it like to live with another man's automations? Brent spills all.
Alex runs us through his new and improved off-site backup setup, and Chris is trying out some Shelly devices.
Our thoughts on the new Works with Home Assistant program, some changes to Alex's off-site backup server, and a million bits of great feedback.
We chat about Wyze's recent real bad, no-good security news, why Plex Discover has potential but hasn't impressed us yet, and a brief tour of Alex's home network setup.
We look back at our favorite moments from the last ten years of the Raspberry Pi, why you might want to start considering one, and where we want to see the platform evolve.
Alex gives the new TrueNAS SCALE a go and hits a snag.
A lot is changing in Home Assistant land, and it's almost all for the better; we break down the essential items.
Canonical releases a "mini-cloud" on your workstation, the KDE ecosystem has some big news, and the smart home might have just become more open.
Home Assistant has changed our families' lives for the better. We share tips for getting started, implementing automation, devices we use, and our favorite integrations.
We head to the Raspberry Pi corner and pick the very best open source home automation system.