WigWag on the move: Open-source Internet of Things platform pioneers recognized with SVIEF Innovation Award and as a SXSW Eco finalist
WigWag Inc., to receive Silicon Valley Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (SVIEF) Innovation Award for open-source Internet of Things (IoT) platform that simplifies home automation; CEO Ed Hemphill to speak at SVIEF; WigWag selected as a Finalist for SXSW Eco Startup Showcase.
Wink compatibility expands convenient control of the Sensi thermostat to also include other connected home products from a single mobile app
This deal brings Insteon products to the shelves of Screwfix, UK's largest direct and online supplier of trade tools, accessories and hardware products.
. The award for CI Vendor of the Year is given to the manufacturer that best aligns with the ideals of HTSA and drives significant business growth for its membership.
USPTO Cancels Claims for Competitor's Mobile Application Patent, Awards Inventions to Icontrol Networks
USPTO Rules in Icontrol's Favor, Awarding New Patent No. 9,141,276
Latest version of award-winning solution adds SupplyStream and QuickBooks Online integration as well as productivity improvements around Proposals, Purchasing and Change Orders
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Abigail Tracy for Forbes: Launched in 2009, the New York-based Quirky quickly grabbed the attention of investors with its unique business model of connecting inventors with manufacturers to bring products to market. Based on votes sourced from its online community, Quirky would pick pitched products on a weekly basis to manufacture and distribute. In eight rounds, the startup managed to raise an impressive $185 million in funding before it encountered a series of setbacks and flops—the most notable of which was a failed update to Quirky’s smart home system, Wink. Quirky’s problems came to a head when its founder Ben Kaufman stepped down as CEO at the end of July after six years at the helm. According to the company’s bankruptcy announcement, Quirky has entered into an agreement with Flextronics International USA Inc., to sell off its Wink smart home brand at a purchase price of $15 million—unless it is presented with a higher offer. The bankruptcy filing will not affect the day-to-day operations of the Wink brand. Cont'd...
Midwest regional distributor brings together premium products from in-demand manufacturers to give customers an exclusive opportunity to test new products.
Allows remote access to monitor as well as change the open/close position of a garage door from a smart device.
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Longtime Consumer Electronics Executive Brings Talents to Industry Association
D-Tools System Integrator software platform users around the world are invited to enter projects for consideration; winners to be announced in October
Oldest residential real estate franchise system in North America is first real estate brand to join CEA
Parks Associates: 50% of key consumer segment intends to purchase a smart home device in the next 12 months
Support.com and Parks Associates to examine IoT support strategies that help manage the customer experience
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