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By Adriana Lee for ReadWrite: Since Apple announced its HomeKit smart home initiative last year, it's been mostly quiet about just how iPhones and other Apple gadgets will wrangle those connected devices. Now, however, the company may have a fancy new app in the works—complete with virtual rooms, a clever and apparently easy-to-grasp metaphor for running a smart home.
Apple’s approach, according to a 9to5Mac report, will be to launch a new "Home" app for controlling smart-home gadgets—think smart locks, sensors, garage openers, thermostats, lights, security cameras and other connected appliances. The Home app will sort gadgets by function and location into a visual arrangements of virtual rooms
The goal is to simplify the otherwise bewildering task of finding, adding and controlling smart devices and appliances from Apple and other companies.
HomeSeer's new HomeTroller Zee S2 represents a significant upgrade of the company's popular Zee controller, first introduced in 2013. The new Zee S2 offers better performance, includes built-in Z-Wave Plus support and it works with a much larger selection of products and technologies.
The Savant App On Apple Watch Makes It Easier Than Ever To Access Your Home From Anywhere
To accelerate the arrival of smart home automation built on a standardized IoT-enabled technology, ON Semiconductor joins one of the fastest growing consortiums
ClareHome is winning 75 percent of the luxury condo market in Sarasota-Bradenton metro area, while continuing to expand - at home and around the nation - with mainstream single-family homebuilders and distributors.
Crestron once again revolutionizes how people control their homes
CommunicAsia2015 Summit speaker and exhibitor Huawei shares how innovation and technology are driving the Smart City reality
Smart buildings are often moving the wrong way, with more central "cloud-based" decision making, and less autonomy.
Three-day executive conference in San Francisco, May 19-21, focuses on Internet of Things and the Connected Consumer
Oomi and its innovative approach to the smart home continues to gain traction through the current Indiegogo campaign, adding two new accessories along the way.
NETGEAR Fights Your WiFi Dead Zones with World's First Wall-Plug AC750 Wireless Extender with Extra Outlet
Boost HD streaming anywhere in your home with new extender that boasts unique wall-plug design with pass-through outlet for supporting dual band 802.11ac WiFi up to 750Mbps
Preview the Opal Nugget Ice Maker and New ChillHub Smart Refrigerator
Take command of your connected home with SURE for Android - control your TV, stream pictures, videos, and music, and lots more using your smartphone
24" 1080P full HD Ultra Slim Multi-Touch Panel PC Features Celeron N2930 Quad-Core 1.83GHz Processor
Powered by an Intel Celeron N2930 Quad-Core 1.83GHz processor, the PC5024 features a 24 inch monitor with 1920 x 1080 pixels full HD resolutions, projected capacitive multi- touch screen and an IP65 rated front bezel.
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