Three High-Tech Home Devices That'll Protect Your Home from Severe Weather

Here are three items on the market today that could help save your valuables and your home … not to mention your life.

Growing Overload: It's Possible We're Getting Too Many Great Entertainment Options

We believe (hope) the merger mania will lead to even more tentpole, blockbuster movies and a growing number of good, direct-to-streaming service TV shows.

CEDIA Expo Smart Stage to Hit Vital Topics

Over three days, attendees are invited to experience TechTalks, a series of thought-provoking panels lead by industry authorities and TechBites, a fast-paced opportunity for brands to showcase their newest innovations to an audience of media and attendees.

Five Smart Home Devices that Every Yard Needs

These smart home devices make life so much easier for their owners- both inside the house and out. Smart lawn and garden devices generally fall into four categories: sprinklers, sensors, lighting, and automated lawnmowers.

The Top Five Trends for the Future of Home Theater and Audio

Here at Aperion we are always striving to not only stay on top of current trends, but also looking to the future in order to anticipate what is likely to happen next. Here are a few of the developments that we think will be coming down the pike in the next few years.

Ripe Choices: Great Video Content Needs to be Easy to Find, Easy to View

OTT is probably going to be a good thing in the long term, rather like Darwin's survival of the fittest. The only problem is there is no such thing as natural selection when it comes to which streaming services you want.

Bluetooth Mesh Adoption Surpasses Expectations

More than 65 Qualified Bluetooth Mesh Products Pave the Way for Smart Lighting, Smart Building, Smart Home, and More.

Control4 Puts Audio Power in the Palm of the Hand

Easy, straightforward supervision of a wide assortment of powerful A/V gear was the primary objective of the owner of this dedicated theater, a 600-square-foot addition tacked onto his and his wife's existing 7,000-square-foot home.

Strong Mix: The Best Organizational Team Has Complete Diversity

The emerging pool of young people who will enter the workforce isn't offsetting the loss of experienced people who leave the workforce or retire.

Smart Home Tech: Why One Home Builder Chose to Integrate Z-Wave in Their Homes

If builders and construction firms offer smart home systems as part of their services and provide the consultation needed to understand how to use the technology, it will become easier for consumers to understand the value and importance of smart home solutions

10 Ways an Ecobee4 Smart Thermostat Can Save You Money

Regardless of whether you're at home or not, you'll have full access and control over the thermostat in your home, making it much less likely that you'll waste energy and money by running your HVAC system when no one is there to enjoy it.

Smart Homes… To Go

Modular homes and modern automation? Sounds like a match made in home-building heaven.

Distributed Wi-Fi: How a Pod in Every Room Enables Connected Smart Homes

As modern home network access systems download and buffer content through the connection to the house, installing distributed Wi-Fi with high-capacity capabilities can move that content through the house faster, with better quality, making multiple users happier.

Home Automation: The Key to Reducing Home Energy Costs

Investing in smart devices for your home can save you quite a bit on your home energy costs, and that is worth every penny that you put into automating your home.

At Arizona Luxury Condo Complex, ELAN Control of Community Areas Entices Residents to Upgrade Their Condos

This project was a welcome upgrade to the residents, who appreciate every effort to simplify their lives and make technology work for them, rather than against them.

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