Archive for the ‘Home Automation’ Category

Nest hardware has been discounted for Black Friday 2017, so with all of its kit now available at a reduced price for a limited time, we suggest you start out on the road to an automated home soon.

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It’s official now. Apple HomePod release date has been pushed back to early 2018. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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According to latest round of rumors, the HomePod from Apple could get Face ID by 2018. Here are the details.

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Here are three stories that we think might be of interest without necessarily requiring an essay each, including the price of Apple’s AirPower wireless charging mat, HomeKit support for IKEA’s Tradfri line and the Amazon iOS app’s new “AR View” ARKit feature.

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Apple has today made available a new version of iOS for the HomePod and detailed a new addition for the device to iOS 11.2 developer beta in the form of SiriKit.

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Amazon has just launched an Alexa-powered smart Cloud Cam, complete with a new Amazon Key delivery service. Here are the details.

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Google has today announced Pixelbook, Clips camera, Pixel Buds, new Home devices and more. Here are the details.

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It’s been a busy day for the folks over at Sonos with multiple announcements coming out of the company, including a new speaker; Sonos One, and support for Amazon Alexa (beta), with support for Google Assistant and AirPlay 2 coming in 2018.

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Keen to make sure that it gets in on the current HomeKit boom, LIFX has announced that it has a couple of new products that will allow users to control their lighting needs from any iOS device.

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Philips Hue accessories Tap, Dimmer Switch, and Motion Sensor get Apple HomeKit support with an update to the Hue app for iOS. Here are the details.

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Amazon has used a private gathering in its hometown of Seattle to announce and introduce a range of new products. Some of the introductions were expected by the tech community, whereas others, such as the bizarre new Echo Buttons, have totally blindsided everyone and left us all a little perplexed. We have all of the details below.

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LIFX smart bulbs have just received Apple HomeKit support for iPhone and iPad users while August has announced a new range of smart locks and a doorbell.

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