Luxury speaker designer previews brand new features in the Altman Building at Table #154
The EV100 vent/register is officially Z-Wave certified and has been added to the growing list of Z-Wave devices recognized by the Z-Wave Alliance.
Introducing the First Smartphone-Based Garage Door Opener With Built-in Video and Recording Functionality
The app transforms the smartphone into a remote control via a secure WiFi connection in the home, or via a cellular Internet link anywhere in the world.
Crave Interactive Ltd, a leader in Hotel in-room tablets and mobile Apps, today announces the integration of Control4® Hospitality Solutions room automation solutions into its guest services platform.
Elite SC-81 and SC-82 Combine Excellent Audio Performance with Energy Star Efficiency
Elite BDP-80FD Ready for Entertaining
Revolutionary Video Walls Deliver Stunning Visual Impact
After Big Data, it is now Small Data's turn to change our world ---- Today's Internet merging with the Internet of Things to create the Internet of Everything
The HDMiGrip cable connector's unique lock ensures that it holds securely in place
Control4 enhances its hospitality platform with wireless music streaming and energy management solutions
"Negative effects from the first quarter seem to have dissipated and consumers are feeling more optimistic about the coming months"
Hassle-free wireless HiFi Living
Serial tech entrepreneur Ben Kaufman — the founder of Quirky, a New York-based startup that helps turn tech ideas into real products, and the popular Mophie iPhone case — is getting into the smart home space. Kaufman is launching a separate standalone operation called Wink that will bring smart household items — think web-connected lights, refrigerators, thermostats and so on — onto a small network that can be controlled and monitored with just one app. This means you can lock the front door, close the blinds and lower the temperature all within the Wink app. The move was first reported by the New York Times. "Quirky is an invention company that's powered by the community, so we've been following the trends they uncover for us," Kaufman told Mashable. "We started to recognize that about 20% of idea submissions had to do with the connected world, and that's when we started to take this really seriously." Quirky originally built Wink for the company's collaboration with General Electric, but after prototyping the concept and showing it to retail partners, the company realized it could be a powerful tool in the connected world. In November, Quirky quietly created Wink as a standalone business with its own office and leadership team. While about five employees moved over to Wink from Quirky, it also hired about 30 additional staffers.
ELK Products is pleased to announce the new partnership with Visualint. Visualint is among 50 automation manufactures to partner with ELK Products to enhance ELK's M1 Gold Control to provide security, lighting, energy management, door access, and audio/video capabilities.
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Custom scenes (connecting up to 250 switches) in your living, family or great room, kitchen, study, master bedroom/bathroom, and office. Turn off all lights in your home at the touch of a button. Automatically (Timer Scheduler) turn on/off outdoor security lights, heating and AC, or provide night light convenience anywhere in your home. From creating a virtual 3 way switch anywhere in your home, to turning a group of lights when your garage door is opened, door bell or phone rings.