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Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Monday, October 30, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Monday, October 30, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Sunday, October 29, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Sunday, October 29, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Sunday, October 29, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Sunday, October 29, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Saturday, October 28, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Saturday, October 28, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

Here’s how the internet of things could shape the home of the future – Business Insider

Saturday, October 28, 2017

George Frey/Getty Images   “Smart homes” integrate technology to optimize and control utilities, electronics, and security systems. Only about 16% of Americans will live in a smart home by the end of 2017. Eventually, your home will learn about and adapt to your habits.   For years, consumers have been promised that their homes will be connected and smart, integrating the latest technology to optimize and control lighting, heating, energy…

AI is making smart homes safer – VentureBeat

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Smart home and AI devices aren’t just convenient — they can also make your home a safer place. And thanks to the proliferating internet of things (IoT), good security practices are becoming less of a chore. It’s a little like the iPhone’s touch ID fingerprint reader, or now face ID — it’s more secure than a four-digit pin, and it’s so much easier to use. That convenience is what gets people…

AI is making smart homes safer | VentureBeat – VentureBeat

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Smart home and AI devices aren’t just convenient — they can also make your home a safer place. And thanks to the proliferating internet of things (IoT), good security practices are becoming less of a chore. It’s a little like the iPhone’s touch ID fingerprint reader, or now face ID — it’s more secure than a four-digit pin, and it’s so much easier to use. That convenience is what gets people…

Smart bulb or smart switch? Startup Noon Home says smart bulbs … – TechHive

Friday, October 27, 2017

The problem with smart bulbs, as we’ve been pointing out for years, is that they turn dumb the instant you turn off the switch that controls the bulb. It’s far better to install a smart switch to control a less-expensive dimmable LED. Silicon Valley startup Noon Home today introduced what could be the smartest switch to date: The Noon Smart Lighting System. The Noon Smart Lighting System consists of one…

Smart bulb or smart switch? Startup Noon Home says smart bulbs are dumb – TechHive

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The problem with smart bulbs, as we’ve been pointing out for years, is that they turn dumb the instant you turn off the switch that controls the bulb. It’s far better to install a smart switch to control a less-expensive dimmable LED. Silicon Valley startup Noon Home today introduced what could be the smartest switch to date: The Noon Smart Lighting System. The Noon Smart Lighting System consists of one…

Maplin Smart Meter: Surge in Smart Homes across UK | Business Wire – Business Wire (press release)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Demand for Smart Home products is booming, according to the latest research from Maplin, the UK’s number one specialist technology retailer. The first iteration of the new Maplin Smart Meter reveals that almost a quarter (24%) of people in the UK now own a Smart Home product. This uplift in demand has been reflected in Maplin’s sales of Smart Home technology which has jumped 135% year-on-year. Consumers who bought…

Maplin Smart Meter: Surge in Smart Homes across UK – Business Wire (press release)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Demand for Smart Home products is booming, according to the latest research from Maplin, the UK’s number one specialist technology retailer. The first iteration of the new Maplin Smart Meter reveals that almost a quarter (24%) of people in the UK now own a Smart Home product. This uplift in demand has been reflected in Maplin’s sales of Smart Home technology which has jumped 135% year-on-year. Consumers who bought…

Study reveals in-person service essential in creating smart homes – The Internet of Business (blog)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Business support systems specialist CSG International has published the results of its latest market survey, showing that consumers want customer service when it comes to connecting up their smart homes. CSG’s survey, entitled The Future of the Digital Experience: Connected Service Edition, asked 2,000 consumers in five countries about their preferences when connecting home automation and smart devices. Consumers from the US, Mexico, Brazil, Australia and Malaysia were polled in…

Are robot dogs the next big thing in home automation? – Inman.com

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

In the very near future, Fido may be the one turning on the lights for you. Also, he may be a robot. A new report from The Wall Street Journal out today says that Sony, the Japanese consumer electronics and media giant that was the Apple of the 1980s, is planning to unveil at a media event next month a new robotic dog that can control home appliances. This nameless…

CliQ Home Automation Smart Wireless Sensor – Geeky Gadgets

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

A new wireless smart sensor called CliQ, designed for home automation and modern living has been launched by Kickstarter this week by a group of developers called The Team at BioSensics. CliQ as a smart wireless sensor that is capable of transforming everyday objects into smart devices and is supplied with its own companion application allowing you to manage, improve and track both belongings and data about your daily lifestyle….

Gov’t Leveraging Science and Technology to Build Climate-Smart Houses – Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang. (FILE) + – Photo: JIS Photographer Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang. (FILE) Story Highlights Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, says the Government will be leveraging science and technology to build climate-smart houses….

Gov’t Leveraging Science and Technology to Build Climate-Smart Houses – Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang. (FILE) + – Photo: JIS Photographer Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang. (FILE) Story Highlights Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, says the Government will be leveraging science and technology to build climate-smart houses….