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Controlling Alarm.com-powered smart-home systems gets more intuitive with this latest set of integrations.
The 130-year-old company is the first fan maker to embrace Apple’s connected-home platform.
Icontrol Networks’ Piper wireless security cameras can now alert you when no one’s home and the system is unarmed.rn
Cord criminals join the ranks of cord cutters, cord cheaters, and cord nevers, selling stolen logins for major media-streaming services.
The company says the entry-level TVs are a one-off effort and it has no plans to ditch WebOS.
Grow your own organic food with the mostly automated Grove Ecosystem, which uses fish poop as plant fertilizer.
Klio is a 4K screen with its own Netflix-like digital art subscription service.
As with the original, this latest model owes its existence to a successful crowd-funding campaign.
The company is currently only selling a HomeKit-enabled lock from Schlage’s stable.
The company stands accused of sharing smart TV owners’ personal information with third parties without their approval.
The cloud-connected Brewie claims to be the world’s first fully automated home brewery.
The Mack magnetic headphone jack makes clotheslining yourself on headphone cords almost impossible.
The free, ad-supported NewsOn service brings programming from more than 100 local TV stations to mobile and connected-TV devices, including Roku boxes.
This lamp mimics the sun, changing not just the color of its light through the day and evening hours, but also its direction.
Spectrum TV Stream is a over-the-top service aimed at the company’s broadband-only subscribers.
If you own any of LIFX’s smart bulbs and run Windows hardware, you can now say ‘Hey Cortana, let there be light.’
This transparent box drips, mists, flashes, and glows in sync with the sky outside your home or anywhere else in the world.
These tiny devices use a raft of sensors to deliver actionable insights about your surroundings.
This outdoor light fixture is also a weatherized intercom with a built-in alarm to deter intruders.
This streaming service from the Discovery Channel’s founder focuses on non-fiction content.