ION's Block Party Live wireless speaker system, equipped with party lights and app control, delivers fun on the go.
Quirky has been relatively quiet over the last couple of months, and on Tuesday it became clear why, when CEO Ben Kaufman announced seven new connected home devices at an event in New York City.
Created in conjunction with GE, the new products make it clear that Quirky is focused taking the smart home to the mainstream. Perhaps the most intriguing device is Norm, a sensor that Quirky is calling the "death of a thermostat." I got to check it out, along with Quirky's other new products, after the event.
Up close, Norm really doesn't look like anything particularly special. It's just a small white box—about the size of a stack of Post-it notes—that's meant to take the place of your current HVAC thermostat. Unlike traditional models, or even other connected ones like the Nest Learning Thermostat, however, Norm doesn't show you a readout of the temperature or have any visible buttons (save for one on the bottom edge). Instead, it connects to the Wink app on your mobile device, and allows you to monitor or control the temperature from there. Rest assured, you can still adjust the temperature on the box itself—one tap will turn the temperature down, while two taps turns it up.
Musaic's wireless HiFi system first to combine multi-room audio playback and smart home functionality
NATEXPO 2014 Product Preview Riedel Communications Stand A60 Nov. 19-21
Energy, Inc. Announces Strategic Relationship with LockState to Provide Advanced Control and Automat
Energy Inc.'s partnership with LockState - allows, for the first time, consumers to automatically control multiple devices in the home - based on the cost of electricity, daily or monthly budget, or simply the amount of electricity being used.
Highly Anticipated XL2420G Pushes the Limits of Competitive Play by Pairing G-SYNC Technology With Classic Gaming Modes
At the Government Video Expo 2014, R.L. Drake and Blonder Tongue will bring a comprehensive portfolio of transcoding and encoding solutions designed to increase efficiency and reliability for broadcasters and pro AV professionals.
ARRIS, Roku, Viaccess-Orca, DLNA/Intel, and Orange explore ways to leverage pay-TV offerings at CONNECTIONS™ Europe
Linear to Offer Exclusive Preview of Z-Wave Enabled Light Bulb and Other Home Control Products at CES Unveiled
The largest manufacturer of Z-Wave enabled products will highlight its growing suite of home control solutions and offer a sneak peek of the Z-Wave Dimmable LED Light Bulb, available in early 2015.
Two-in-one solution is more cost-effective and offers high quality scaling
Award-winning Clear Wireless Speaker Now Available at Restoration Hardware Galleries
SnapOne, Inc. and TigerDirect Partner to Distribute Individual and Family Cross-platform Mobile Security Apps
New Partnership Expands SnapOne, Inc.'s Consumer Reach Through TigerDirect's Diverse Distribution Channels, Including Online eCommerce and Inbound Call Centers
Easiest and Fastest Way for Product Developers and Makers to Create cloud-connected prototypes using XBee ZigBee technology
National buying group's VP to assume Presidential board role in January.
Since pioneering the creation of the first app-enabled device in 2009, iDevices has been a visionary in the connected device market. Currently, the Company has invested close to $10MM in research and development to expand its capabilities in home automation, specifically within Apple's HomeKit framework.
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