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This smart gardening system sends data from your soil to the cloud, which decides when and how much to water your plants. Yep, it's a 21st-century rain cloud.
The Open Interconnect Consortium will establish security, authentication and communication standards
A walk through a model of home automation, powered by Quirky and Home Depot's new Wink partnership.
The not-just-office-supplies company has spent the better part of a year quietly building a connected home platform that integrates 150 devices. Not too shabby.
Google I/O grabbed the headlines last week, but as you'll see in this video report, a few noteworthy items debuted at New York's CE Week.
Even if you've never head of sous vide before, you'll like how easy the Anova is to use and how delicious its recipes are.
Of course Google-owned Nest will share your data with Google, but only if you say it's OK.
The Nest Developer Program will allow Google's smart thermostat to be a major hub in your connected home.
The design firm will launch a home automation company next month, with products in all of Home Depot's U.S. stores.
Intel showed off a wealth of future technology this week, from laptops with integrated depth cameras, (hackable) connected cars, and even solar-power solutions.
HomeKit--a set of tools for controlling your home's devices from your iOS device--looks promising. But what about control from a remote location? Chris Breen has some thoughts.
Belkin has a head start with its WeMo product line, but D-Link is coming on strong.
The smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector now costs $99.
It's not the world's most powerful Bluetooth speaker, but it never needs charging because it's screwed into your lamp. Yes, this speaker is a light bulb.
Cloud-based Vivint Sky offers management suggestions based on homeowners’ daily activities.
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