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Business Insider: Smart home speakers like the Amazon Echo and the Google Home have been thus far positioned as novelty personal assistants, but this could soon change. The Wall Street Journal reports that both Amazon and Google are looking to integrate a voice-calling feature to the speakers, adding valuable functionality for users and giving the tech giants more insight into users' home lives. If the companies manage to launch the feature, it would impact not just the smart home experience, but the mobile one as well. Cont'd...
Company's Managed Detection and Response Service Honored with Cybersecurity's Gold Standard of Excellence
Smart Home Leader Nexia Introduces New Line of Indoor, Outdoor HD Cameras and Flexible Video Storage Plans
Next-generation models meet needs of builders, installers and homeowners adding smart products to homes
New Apple HomeKit Enabled Camera Available Now at Apple.com and in Apples Stores Around the World Later this Month
New research analyzes trends in digital media consumption habits
The DVR-MB1 has Been Designed Specifically for the Peace of Mind of Those Who Require DVRs be Either Portable or Rack Mounted in Settings that May be Prone to Theft or Vandalism
Craig Bretzlaff for IoT Evolution: All homeowners are concerned about protecting their property against burglars and break-ins, especially those in the luxury market. Home automation is quickly becoming a reality, allowing individuals to control certain aspects of their home through the simple click of a button on an internet-connected device. Since security guards and video camera surveillance can significantly increase security overhead, smart homes can offer a way to lower those costs while still maintaining a keen eye on one’s property. What is a smart home? A smart home is a home that is equipped with devices that can transmit data. These devices can control lights, electricity, and locking systems - which can be accessed remotely from an internet connected device, like a cellphone or tablet. The home automation market is predicted to grow, with experts putting its market value well over $10 billion by 2020 (Source). The ability for technology to integrate naturally within a home may seem strange now - like an amenity only applicable to multi-million dollar mansions - but in a decade the IoT technology will likely become standard in many middle-class homes. Cont'd...
Kwikset's New Z-Wave™ Smart Lock Conversion Kit Honored as Security Product of the Year
Largest smart home services provider among the world's best in business and innovation
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Fast Company: The company's device-subscription packages are opening the door to the connected home of the future. "We’re taking what’s very complicated and simplifying it for the consumer," says Vivint Smart Home cofounder and CEO Todd Pedersen. The Provo, Utah–based company solves the most common problems with intelligent appliances—namely that they’re often difficult to set up and don’t play nice with any other internet-connected devices—by approaching smart-home technology as a subscription-based service. A lot of companies develop a single product, Pedersen says, "but if you try to add additional services and products to your home, they’re completely uncoordinated." Instead, Vivint’s 1.2 million customers sign up for packages that include the installation of hardware (both its own and that of other companies, such as Nest); 24/7 tech support; repair services; and the seamless coordination of everything—from doorbell cameras to thermostats—via the Vivint app. Last year, this strategy increased annual revenue by roughly 15%, to more than $650 million. Cont'd...
Gentec Services offers home automation system installation for peace of mind and convenience
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