Kickstarter - Ark, a 4-in-1 Bluetooth Speaker with Dual Parts, Launches Crowdfunding Campaign on Kickstarter
Cowin, the company behind the two-piece speaker system, plans to raise Â£35K in 30 days to further mass production of the product
Marantz® Introduces the HD-AMP1, a Premium Digital Integrated Amplifier with Classical Elegance and Modern Connectivity
Marantz, a world leader in advanced audio technologies, announces the HD-AMP1, an elegant compact digital integrated amplifier engineered to the highest Marantz purist audiophile standards. Building on the success of last year's HD-DAC1 Headphone Amplifier, the HD-AMP1 was created to serve at the center of a music system.
ByJustin Jelinek for Techaeris: Fluance continues to raise the bar on audiophile-quality wireless speakers. They started with theirbookshelf Fi30, and later upgraded that to the Fi50. They’ve recently announced their Signature Series floor speakers, a pair of powerhouse speakers. Today, Fluance has announced a new wireless Bluetooth speaker, the Fluance Fi70. The Fi70 is sure to start a conversation before silencing that conversation with powerful music. Based on what we’ve seen from Fluance, I’m confident the Fi70 is going to sound fantastic, but even more so, anyone who sees it is sure to comment on its looks first. This is a uniquely shaped speaker, but it’s got more than enough power that people shouldn’t focus on its looks for too long. The Fi70 is the first wireless speaker with dual 8″ woofers, meaning this thing is going to move some air for sure. Backing up those 8″ woofers are 5” woven glass fiber midrange drivers and 1” neodymium tweeters. Couple all of those speakers with a 280 watt amplifier, and you’ve got yourself a party waiting to happen. You can read more about the Fluance Fi70 in the full press release below, or you can head directly over to Fluance.com and order one of your very own for $499. Cont'd...
New products and solutions will target the Canadian home building and renovation industry
Outstanding Performance and Subtle Styling Combine with Genelec's AIW26B Active In-Wall Loudspeaker System
Genelec is delighted to announce the launch of its latest in-wall loudspeaker system, the AIW26B, which provides unmatched high sound level, low distortion and neutral sound reproduction.
EVA RECINOS for PSFK: Smart technology in the home can make things more convenient—but it can also make homes safer. ComfyLight hopes to make use of this potential, creating a lightbulb that discourages burglars . The wireless lightbulb screws on like a regular bulb. It syncs with an app on user’s phone and begins keeping track of regular movements. When a user walks into a room, the system automatically switches lights on and then turns them off when the user leaves. As co-founder Stefanie Turber explains on ComfyLight’s Kickstarter video, the lighting system “acts like you’re home by turning the light on and off and it recognizes unexpected movements at your place.” Once a user leaves his-her home and activates security mode, ComfyLight simulates the user’s patterns of movement and switches lights on and off to mirror them. While away from home, users can keep track of activity through an app on your phone—and see if ComfyLight detected something unusual. Cont'd...
M3B wins multi-room audio and video product of the year accreditation
The two-story home is designed to inspire homes that are both smart and stylish with the latest innovations available from Broan, NuTone, BEST and the Nortek family of companies
Started in 2011, this award honors the year's best products, organizations and ideas shaping the IoT from around the globe. There are 20 different award categories and three award types within each category.
Biamp(R) kicks off 40th anniversary with the new Devio platform built to simplify the modern meeting
Heat Genius was already the most advanced home heating control system available - the only system that's able to learn the pattern of use for each room of a house, and automatically turn the radiator on in advance. Homeowners save energy because empty rooms are automatically turned off.
The synopsis for Breaking Bulbs Briskly by Bogus Broadcastsmentions the promise of smart energy and building automation, as well as the many unintended vulnerabilities that are introduced in the rush to bring IoT devices to market. The researchers believe “the ability to physically damage hardware by abusing network access is particularly interesting.” I agree. Frustrated by the “lack of functionality in current Z-Wave hacking tools,” ShmooCon presenters Joseph Hall and Ben Ramsey created and released a new, open source EZ-Wave tool. Not only did the duo discuss how to use the tool for pen-testing Z-Wave wireless automation networks, they also discussed “a rapid process for destroying florescent lights.” They added, “Once access is gained to an automated lighting system, regardless of the protocol used, we demonstrate how to destroy florescent lamps rated for 30K hours within a single night of abuse.” Full Article:
As the newest winter storm, Jonas, is on its way, consumers can protect their home from potential water damage caused by freezing pipes by installing leakSMARTâ„˘, the market's leading complete home water protection system.
Alpha (www.gdalpha.com) yesterday announced the launch of its S Plan - a $304 million initiative aimed at developing a range of smart devices from smart robots to smart watches. As part of the initiative, Alpha revealed its strategic partnership with leading robot developers and manufacturers, Blue Frog Robotics and Turing Robot, to build China's first "Smart Home Ecosystem."
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Energy & Other Home Systems - Featured Product
The WaterCop family of products continues to grow! We now offer Z-wave technology that allows remote control of a home's main water supply via phone or internet. It's perfect for people who want peace of mind that they can shut off water in homes from nearly anywhere using Z-wave protocol. Z-wave joins systems WaterCop Pro, LeakStop, WaterCop Classic, Outdoor, and Large Valve (1 Â˝"-4") Integration. Visit www.watercop.com to learn more.