smart home

Everyone wants a more eco-friendly home.
Sure, it's creepy, but so is summoning strangers to pick you up at home in their own cars.
In China, smart robot startup A.I Nemo teamed up with internet search engine giant Baidu to develop a voice-controlled home
From what we saw, Aristotle was impressive and we look forward to doing more testing as it gets closer to launching. Aristotle
With the exception of the voters of our country, everything seems to be getting smarter these days. Phones, televisions, security systems, music players, gaming consoles and even entire houses. All that was really left was staring at a smart mirror that gave you weather updates as you watched yourself shaving.
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.
The first thing worth considering while building a secure smart home is to minimize the number of devices connected to your
More from Wired: Bringing Your Home to Life Mesh doesn't require any coding know-how. The app, which works on a phone or
On Friday it was announced that Fadell would be leaving Nest and transitioning into an advisory role at its parent company
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a great little buzz word for Internet-controlled home automation equipment. Sensors and chips to control electronics have gotten so small and cheap that they can now be put into most electronics around the house.