Eaton Demonstrates Electrical Advancements in Residential Home Construction and Automation at The New American Home and The New American Remodeled Home
Lutron Electronics Works Hard to Simplify the Internet of Things: Making the Right Connection for 25 Years
Vivitar Introduces "the Year of 360" With New 360-Degree Imaging, Virtual Reality, and Smart Home Products at 2017 CES®
Jenny McGrath for DigitalTrends: This year, at CES 2017, companies already have their door locks or cameras on the market — and if they don’t, they’re just partnering with other companies who already make those things.
It’s a year of integrations at CES 2017. Airmega, a smart air purifier that debuted last year, announced its integration with Amazon’s Alexa. Users can now turn on or off the device with their voice, or ask their Echo or Dot for an update on the air quality. Lutron’s big announcement wasn’t a new dimmer or shades but its integration with SmartThings and expanded capabilities with Nest via the Alphabet-owned company’s camera. Garage-door-opener maker Chamberlain used CES to tell customers it will make products that work with Apple’s HomeKit starting in July of this year. Cont'd...
60% of smart watch owners subscribe to a paid streaming music service such as Apple Music, Spotify, or Pandora One
VISIOMED GROUP to Launch BewellConnect® / MAJORD'HOME, The connected smart TV dedicated to home assistance
Leading Chinese Appliance Manufacturer Haier Group Starts Exporting Smart Family Products to the U.S.
Olibra Debuts the Bond, an Industry-First Smart Home Hub that Integrates Both RF- and IR-Controlled Devices
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