Archive for the ‘Home Automation’ Category

The first ever homes pre-built with Apple HomeKit functionality are now being offered in parts of California by a homebuilding company. Here are the details.

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Security researchers showcase the vulnerability of IoT systems through a video demo of a drone remotely hacking smart lights in a room from outside the building.

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A new firmware upgrade is now rolling out for August’s HomeKit-enabled Smart Lock, which brings full support for Apple’s Home app and Control Center in iOS 10, making the lock much more useful and user-friendly for those who use one.

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Looking for a Apple HomeKit-compatible motion sensor? There’s one available now in the form of Elgato Eve Motion. Here are the details.

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Elgato has today released the Eve Light Switch, which makes it the first company to get a hub-free HomeKit-enabled light switch out to market.

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Logitech has today announced that those using Alexa-powered Echo, or its smaller sibling, the Echo Dot, can now control their Logitech Harmony devices using nothing but the power of their voices.

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Having been originally announced at Google I/O, Google Assistant-powered Google Home is now officially ready for prime time or, at least, it will be on November 4th when it goes on sale for $129 – a full $50 cheaper than the device it goes into direct competition with – Amazon’s Echo – which has been available since the year 2014.

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Here’s a collection of some of the best Apple HomeKit-compatible and Siri-enabled home automation devices and accessories that you can get for your home.

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There have been rumors of Apple’s work on an Amazon Echo competitor for a good long while now, and the somewhat surprise success of Echo over the last year or so has only increased speculation that Apple will be joining the market with its own home automation device.

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October 4th is already looking like it could be a busy day for Google, with the date already inked in for the day the company will announce its new Pixel phones – the devices which will usher in the end of the Nexus line of smartphones. While launching a couple of new devices is no mean feat, it now appears that Google will have a cavalcade of hardware to show to the world, with new Chromecast with 4K capabilities, a WiFi router, and Google Home hardware on the horizon.

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After initially launching the Echo Dot earlier this year, Amazon is now back with a second-generation release that answers the questions focused on why the original Echo Dot had been out of stock in the last few months.

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Philips has announced a Hue Motion Sensor, along with updated Hue White and Color Ambiance A19 bulbs with richer colors. Here’s everything you need to know.

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