Home automation

Philips Hue has a new product announcement to make life even easier for us. The new Motion Sensor is fully wireless and can
If you want to get started with home automation, but have no idea where to start, remember to figure out your needs, start small, and do your research, and you'll be on your way to a smarter home in no time.
Many people acquire smart homes simply for the convenience of being able to control your entire household with a single remote
One of the most popular automation integration systems experts recommend is Control4, which starts around $1,000. "Pick an
Over the past three decades I've experimented with do-it-yourself home automation systems to control lights and appliances.
If you're still manually turning your lights on and off, 2016 should be the year you finally dare to embrace home automation. Smart home solutions can help you streamline your life to be more efficient and productive.
Technology has radically changed the way we protect our homes. What was previously only possible in Sci-Fi movies is now gradually becoming reality. The digital revolution has made its way into our homes.
Home automation, once the wave of the future, is becoming more and more mainstream as tech giants like Google, Amazon and Samsung jump on the bandwagon in product development.
Before purchasing a video surveillance system, figure out exactly why you need this technology and where you'd like to have the cameras mounted.
Guess what - home security is hot! Google bought Nest to kick off the frenzy, and now investment dollars are flowing freely
1. Do away with useless files. Go through all folders, including the recycle bin, and discard files that you no longer use
There are 10 distinct meanings of privacy.
Reinforce doors. What you see in cops and robbers TV shows is true: Doors really can be kicked in. But not if they’re reinforced
The idea that household appliances need Internet-connected capabilities has always seemed over the top. The products are finally becoming practical. However, before these technologies become mainstream the industry will need to address a major issue: Can they convince consumers that these devices are secure and non-invasive?
It's the most wonderful time of the year. It's wonderful not just because of the holidays and the snow and family gatherings, but it's also the lead-in to the annual International CES. That's where manufacturers from all over the world descend to show off the latest and greatest consumer technology products we'll be seeing in 2014.
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Surprise - your door lock just learned Bluetooth! Or, at least, it did if it's the Kwikset Kevo (satin nickel, Venetian bronze
Going by the rate at which the customer base of Utah-based home security upstart Vivint home security is growing, which has
I am a bit of a weather geek. So when the folks at Netatmo offered to let me check out their latest Urban Weather Station, I took them up on the opportunity to try it and in the process I discovered an entirely new use for the device.