Tripwire Uncovers Significant Security Flaws in Popular Smart Home Automation Hubs

New research finds zero-day vulnerabilities in Amazon's top-selling smart home systems

CastleOS Announces the First Windows 10 Smart Home Hub

CastleOS announces the upcoming CastleHUB will be the first Windows 10 smart home hub, featuring voice control with Cortana and the Kinect. Using Cortana on Windows 10, or the Kinect for far-field control in a room, you can speak to your home! Actions as common as turning on lights, setting moods with color changing bulbs, controlling entertainment systems, adjusting heat and air conditioning, locking doors, monitoring security, watering the lawn, or even feeding the family pet are all possible by voice control and with the CastleOS app. The power of CastleOS with Windows 10 enables everyone to enjoy the highest level of true independent living in their own home, even if they are physically unable to use a mobile app or light switch!   Cont'd...

Platinum Tools® Launches New 8-in-1 Ratcheted "Stubby" Screwdriver

Now Shipping and Featured at CEDIA 2015, the New 8-in-1 Stubby Screwdriver is Small, Tough, and Fully Ratcheted with Seven Bits, Making it the Perfect Tool for Cramped Spaces

Protecode Announces Joint Open Source Software Competition with NHS

Competition to Identify Quality Software Projects within the Code4Health Custodian Model

Alarm Grid Partners with Alarm.com and 2GIG

Alarm Grid is partnering with Alarm.com and 2GIG to enhance both its product and service offerings.

Quirky's Ben Kaufman steps down as CEO

Sarah Tew for CNET:  Ben Kaufman is stepping down as CEO of Quirky, the New York-based developer of crowd-sourced inventions Kaufman founded in 2009. The company announced the move via blog post on Friday, citing an "ongoing strategy to focus efforts and resources on Wink," its smart home-centric subsidiary. That strategy marks a shift from reports earlier this year that Quirky was looking to sell Wink off to the highest bidder. Those efforts were reportedly put on hold in April after a botched security update locked many customers out of their Wink Hubs, the central communications device in Wink's smart home platform. Kaufman, however, confirmed that selling Wink was still a possibility in an interview with Fortune last month.   Cont'd...

H-P Products Unveils Smart, Maneuverable and Nearly Indestructible Acclaim by SEBO Powerheads

The lightweight but durable L-Shaped central vacuum powerheads feature a powerful German-made armature motor and a range of sensors designed to keep the unit cleaning at peak performance.

NetworkThermostat Announces Two New Thermostats UP32HE-IP and UP32HE-WIFI with Humidity Sensing and Events Scheduling

NetworkThermostat announces the UP32HE-IP (Ethernet) and UP32HE-WIFI (Wi-Fi) smart thermostats with integrated humidity control and events scheduling. These new commercial grade communicating thermostats include integrated calendar-based scheduling allows for up to 40 calendar events and 40 special events, in addition to 4-event/7-day scheduling.

Icon Labs Releases Security Management System

Icon Labs' Floodgate Security Manager provides security management for Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Control, Medical, Smart Grid and DoD Devices. ---- New Security Management System provides security management that scales to IoT edge devices, including mobile, wireless, battery powered and mesh-based IoT sensors.

TP-LINK Now Shipping TL-PA8030P KIT Powerline Featuring the Latest HomePlug AV2 Standard

AV1200 Gigabit Powerline Adapters Deliver Data at Lightning-fast Gigabit Speeds

Silicon Valley will soon become a massive player in home security

  Bob Bryan for BusinessInsider:  Currently, there are three types of home security on the market. The industry giants run traditional professionally installed and monitored systems, like what ADT offers and telecoms such as Comcast and AT&T have begun to roll out. These represent 93% of the home-security market, says Citi. The next is self-installed and professionally monitored in which a customer installs the hardware and then pays a subscriber fee to have the house monitored by professionals. This category includes companies like SimpliSafe, Frontpoint, and Protect America. These companies have 4.7% market share. Finally, self-installed and monitored systems such as Google's Nest and Dropcam or Apple's HomeKit-enabled devices leave it up to the user to set up their home security and use notifications to enabled devices to alert people. For these services there is no human monitoring the home security. They control 2.3% of the market, but not for long says Citi. Based on research projections, Citi estimates that self-installed and monitored systems will control 34% of the market in five years, with professional system slipping to 61.6%. In the longer term, 20 years from now, these numbers are projected to basically switch with self-monitored systems holding 62.5% of the market and professional services making up 31.3%.   Cont'd...

The Power of ZigBee 3.0 - All about the new and improved ZigBee 3.0

ZigBee 3.0 is open, universal, and complete. It is fully interoperable with existing internet applications. It is supported by volume shipments today, with estimates ranging from 1M units per week to 1M units per day.

SMART ELECTRONIC LOCKS ARE OPENING DOORS FOR HOME BUILDERS

Huge Technological Advances Over Last Few Years Have Increased Value of Locks As an Effective Home-Sales Tool

Indiegogo - iFamCare, the Smart Home Family Brand Hits Indiegogo Goal in 15 Days

iFamCare launched a crowdfunding campaign for the connected home camera earlier this month and has successfully hit its goal of $15,000.

Tyco Security Products, Alarm.com Partnership Extends Interactive Services to Commercial Market

Partnership provides solutions for residential and small-to-medium commercial customers

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REPLACEMENT INTERCOM SYSTEM WITH BUILT-IN MP3 DISTRIBUTION

REPLACEMENT INTERCOM SYSTEM WITH BUILT-IN MP3 DISTRIBUTION

RETRO-M is designed to replace existing Home Intercom Systems and operate on existing 3 and 4 wire systems. BLUETOOTH you music by adding the BT-RECEIVER. No need to remove existing master wall housing, trim plates available to cover those large holes. The RETRO-M intercom unit has a built-in AM/FM radio. Plug in mp3 players such as iPod, iPhone, Zune or any other hand held player into the master and share your music with the entire family. Choose between two music sources; listen to the radio in one room and the mp3 in another room.