PlumChoice and Zonoff to Present "The New Cardinal Rules of IoT Adoption"

Four Practical Practices That Underpin Success of Connected Home Products & Solutions," on Wednesday, August 12 at 2 p.m. ET.

Icon Labs Releases Security Management System

Icon Labs' Floodgate Security Manager provides security management for Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Control, Medical, Smart Grid and DoD Devices. ---- New Security Management System provides security management that scales to IoT edge devices, including mobile, wireless, battery powered and mesh-based IoT sensors.

Indiegogo - CURB Extends Indiegogo Campaign, with Significant Early-Adopter Savings on Pre-orders

Holistic Home Energy Intelligence Solution Receives "Works with SmartThings" Certification

Thread Wireless Networking Protocol Now Available

The Nest-led Thread Group expects the first Thread-certified home-automation products to be available to consumers late this year now that the organization has released the Thread specification. The new IP-based wireless networking protocol designed for low-power connected products in the home. Starting today, product developers who are members of the Thread Group can access Thread technical specifications and documentation to build Thread-compliant products.  "Thread was designed to be the foundation of the Internet of Things in the home by allowing developers and consumers to easily and securely connect hundreds of devices within a low-power, wireless mesh network," said Chris Boross, president, Thread Group. "In the nine months since opening membership, more than 160 companies have joined the Thread Group, and now the group is launching the Thread technical specification, which has now completed extensive interoperability testing. Today's announcement means that Thread products are on the way and will be in customers' hands very shortly. I'm excited to see what kinds of products and experiences Thread developers will build." 

Marvell brings JavaScript to the smallest devices ever with today's most comprehensive implementation of JavaScript 6th Edition in the open source KinomaJS application framework

Marvell introduces two new hardware prototyping products for IoT innovators: Kinoma Element is instantly and always connected, interfaces with off-the-shelf sensors, and is ideal for prototyping embedded devices poised for mass production; Kinoma HD is a scriptable stick that transforms any HD screen into a display for IoT devices, handhelds, the cloud, and web content/

Marvell's Internet of Things Platform Selected by iHome

Marvell and SDI Technologies partner to bring iHome iSP5 SmartPlug to consumers

GSMA Innovation City to Showcase the Connected Life at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015

Immersive Exhibits to Demonstrate the Impact of Mobile Technology from Partners Including Huawei, KT Corporation, Oral B, Peel, Pittasoft, Qualcomm Incorporated, Thinfilm and Visa

How Internet Outages Can Affect Homes With Smart Home Technology

One way to mitigate the risk of outages at all might be the selection of a smart home solution, which keeps a local version of the cloud software on the hub.

Global Revenue from Shipments of Residential Internet of Things Devices is Expected to Reach Nearly $70 Billion in 2025, According to Navigant Research

Interoperability issues, created by a variety of standards and protocols, are challenging this market, report finds

Axiros Brings IoT, TR-069 Device Management Expertise to Smart Home World London 2015

Alfeo Pareschi will be speaking on June 24th at Smart Home World London 2015. His session "Delivering the Smart Home: Technology Tools & Process Improvement"

Parks Associates Announces New Industry Report Examining Robotics in the Connected Home

11% of U.S. broadband households will have a robotic vacuum cleaner by 2020

Essence and Assa Abloy's Yale Brand Partner for Enriched Smart Home Offerings

Synergistic technologies strengthen both security and convenience

Google Nest Labs' New Home Security Camera Revealed

Google Inc.’s GOOGL Nest Labs is gearing up to release a wireless home security camera to expand its range of "Internet of Things" (IoT) product lineup. The information became public through leaked images on U.S. website Droid-Life. The revelation comes a week before Nest’s press conference on Jun 17 in London and San Francisco, CA, where it is slated to unveil the next-generation of the wireless camera Dropcam, called the Nest Cam. Droid Life noted that Nest and Google have been testing the new camera for some months now. The images reveal that the camera looks similar to a Dropcam, which Nest Labs acquired in June last year for $555 million in cash. Dropcam is a video-monitoring and Internet home security camera maker. Nest Cam is the latest development of Google’s Nest brand since it acquired the home automation startup in Jan 2014 for $3.2 billion. Nest Labs focuses on offering simple and aesthetically pleasing hardware, software and services, like the Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Energy Services and Nest Protect: Smoke + Carbon Monoxide.

TR-069's Pivotal Role in Internet of Things (IoT) and the Smart Home

Ovum report shows more than 80% of service providers see the protocol as playing a significant role in their Smart Home strategies

June Seeks to Change the Kitchen for the Home Cook

Today, the team behind such technologies and products as the iPhone, Apple Watch, GoPro and FitBit have announced the June Intelligent Oven — a powerful and easy-to-use computer-based countertop oven designed to bring the kitchen into the smart home era and make everyone a better cook.  June combines professional-grade technology with a powerful quad-core processor, built-in camera, sensors and Internet connectivity to take out the guesswork of making perfectly cooked foods. The result is the world's most intelligent oven, and the next evolution in cooking for the digital age.  June has raised $7 million in Series A funding led by Foundry Group, First Round Capital, Lerer Ventures, and Founders Fund Angel to accelerate product development, manufacturing, and recruiting. 

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