Solution offers active switching based on real HDMI signal detection
WeMo and Jarden Consumer Solutions' Holmes Brand Collaborate to Make Home More Comfortable This Winter
Announcing Availability of the Holmes Smart Air Purifier with WeMo and Two Holmes Smart Heaters with WeMo
The close of this Series B round of funding brings Zonoff's total funding to $35.6 million.
Designed for industrial or outdoor environments, these exclusive ultra flexible Category 5e and Category 6a patch cords from L-com are built to take a beating.
More than 190 companies from the Southern U.S. exhibit at world's gathering place for technology innovation
Kickstarter - BeON Home Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Support Stress-Free Home Security Through Proactive Prevention
The BeON Burglar Deterrent LED bulb system discourages break-ins while homeowners are away using innovative lighting techniques, plus keeps lights on during power outages
Connected Home Game-changer: Insteon Releases New Hub at $39.99 and Free in the Most Popular Retail Kits
Most Affordable and Reliable Internet of Things Hub in the Market Now Available
Version 2.0 Includes Upgraded Camera, Additional Memory, Improved Wi-Fi and New Features, Available Now for the Holiday Season
Pre-ordering starts today at Crazybaby.com and on Indiegogo
Announce Home, Wellness and Life Management System for Disabled and Senior Citizens
Revolabs(R) today announced that the Yamaha YVC-1000 unified communications (UC) microphone and speaker system will be available through all of its certified sales channels in North America and Europe beginning January 2015.
Audia(R) and Nexia(R) DSP platforms improve intelligibility and provide networked capabilities across statewide judiciary system
TrueConf has introduced a new version of its software video conferencing server, TrueConf Server 4.3.0. The new version now features support for H.323 endpoints, widescreen video, and slideshows in WebRTC conferences, as well as improved connection quality on SIP devices.
From thermostats that can automatically adjust the temperature in your home to light bulbs that change color depending on the music you're listening to, the market is getting flooded with home automation tech right now. But convenience and novelty alone won't convince everyday consumers to spend extra money on Internet-enabled household appliances. According to Kevin Meagher, the general manager of Lowe's smart home division, there's one critical reason smart home technology will take off with consumers: safety. Speaking at Business Insider's annual Ignition conference, Meagher cites devices like smart smoke detectors that issue you notifications if the battery is about to die . "Connectivity brings a new dimension [to safety]," he said. Imagine a stove that could automatically turn off when it's not in use. Devices like this could be especially ideal for assisted living situations, since the gadgets would be capable of shutting down automatically to avoid dangerous situations. "When you've got an 80-year-old parent living on their own, what do they need a smart stove for?" Meagher said. "Every day of the week I'd pay [extra] for a smart stove that would switch things off."
Frost & Sullivan's Energy & Environment Vice President and Partner Roberta Gamble details the state of the smart home market
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection