Enhancements to Master Coordinator 2, Android and iOS Apps, StealthStream 1 and others included in update
Roger Cheng & David Priest for CNet: When Fraser Stirling was 16, his father asked him what he wanted to study in school. His answer: industrial design. His father, who's been an assistant principal and a soccer coach, wasn't pleased. "[He] said that was not a proper job for a man in his house," Stirling recalled in a thick Scottish accent. "He wanted me to get a job where I could actually make some money." Twenty years later, Stirling is in charge of designing products for the unlikeliest of companies: Comcast. Yes, the nation's largest cable company, known for delivering "The Walking Dead" to your TV and making you wait hours for a repair technician, is (kinda) entering the hardware business. Comcast has unveiled its first family of products specifically designed by the company to serve its Xfinity Home business. Cont'd...
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Mark II Version of Company's IP Video Solution Adds POE, LED & IR Remote, Among Other Improvements
The new driver for ELK M1 Security and Automation Controls has received certification from Control4. This driver provides simple and quick integration with Control4 via RS-232 or an IP address. It provides greater control for integrators and provides more detailed system information that results in an enhanced user experience.
Sure, it's good for the planet. But smart home energy management can save you money in some unexpected ways.
Fibaro Unveils First Apple HomeKit-Enabled Flood Sensor Along With Unique Motion and Door/Window Sensors
FIBARO, a leading global manufacturer of wireless intelligent home automation and control devices, is announcing a brand new product line compatible with Apple HomeKit.
Parks Associates announces "Top 10 Consumer IoT Trends in 2017" and players to watch in the new year
New industry research shows U.S. households own an average of 10 connected devices in 2016
Arrow Electronics Collaborates with Conexant Systems to Accelerate the Development of Amazon Alexa-Enabled Smart Home Products
Arrow is not only distributing, but also sourcing components and providing technical design support for Conexant's AudioSmart™ 2-Mic Development Kit for Amazon Alexa Voice Service (AVS).
ZigBee Alliance and Thread Group Successfully Demonstrate Products Running ZigBee's Universal Language for Smart Devices on Thread Networks
Organizations achieve major milestone as multiple members demonstrate progress in developing an emerging ecosystem of interoperable IoT products for Thread networks. Leading manufacturers who privately demonstrated their products and development platforms at Thread Group's November members meeting will now showcase them publicly for the first time at CES. Both organizations remain on track to release a coordinated set of end-to-end product development solutions in 2017 for ZigBee Alliance certified products running on Thread networks
Innovation In Motion's Retrofit Smart Curtain System, Slide, Doubles Funding Goal with over $100K on Kickstarter to Automate Existing Curtains
Slide contains a multitude of features and integrates with the If This Then That (IFTTT) platform to connect with other smart home devices
Company Solidifies Standing as a Single Source for "All Things IoT" With Three New Consumer Products Available at On-Line Store
Wemo®, the award-winning smart home brand from Belkin International, today announced compatibility with Google Home and Google Assistant. With this new integration, all Wemo switches will work with Google Home, giving users hands-free, seamless control of their lights, fans and other household electronics using just their voice.
Introducing OV™, the First Intelligent Headphone with Untethered Access to Amazon Alexa Voice and Music Services
Use your voice to play a song, order groceries, and check the news, then switch between music, calls, and real-world conversations, without skipping a beat or touching your phone
Neil Hughes for Apple Insider: Monday's release of iOS 10.2 brought meaningful changes to Apple's HomeKit platform, giving users the ability to receive instant alerts for a variety of new connected device types in their home. iOS 10.2 adds support for notifications from a variety of HomeKit accessories, including window coverings, occupancy, motion, door and window detectors, smoke, carbon monoxide, and water leak sensors. By default, upon updating to iOS 10.2, users will begin receiving notifications from devices that now support the feature. These can be enabled or disabled by opening Apple's Home app and selecting the appropriate device via firm press on 3D Touch devices, or long press on non-3D Touch devices. Tap the "Details" button at the bottom, and then scroll down to "Status and Notifications." Here, users can decide whether the accessory will send notifications every time a sensor is triggered. This can allow the user to receive alerts no matter where they are, such as if a HomeKit smoke detector or motion sensor were triggered. Cont'd...
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