Posts Tagged ‘iot’

Philips Hue has announced a new Wall Switch, Dimmer Switch, and Outdoor Light Bar. Here are all the details on this.

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Samsung has announced the Bot Handy robot which will pickup objects for you using advanced AI. Here are all the details on this.

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The Raspberry Pi 400 is a computer and keyboard in one, and you just need to add a mouse and a screen to it. Here are the details.

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Nanoleaf’s HomeKit-compatible ‘Shapes– Hexagons’ modular lighting is now available for pre-ordering. Here are the details.

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Robin has announced that its ProLine Video Doorbell product is now the first doorbell of its kind to officially support Apple’s HomeKit Secure Video feature. While there are already some home cameras that support it, none of them have been of the doorbell variety.

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CES 2020 is, as always, the place to go for new smart home devices. That means we’re seeing accessories announced by every company we can think of, with four of them, from Arlo, Ring, and more, catching our eye today.

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Kohler has now won the award for the weirdest place you can put an Echo device – by putting it into a showerhead. The new product has been announced ahead of CES and is effectively an Echo dot that slots into a showerhead.

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It’s been a big day in the world of smart homes with Apple, Google, Amazon, and more all set to work together to help create an open standard that makes it easier for devices to communicate.

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Two new bits of kit have been updated to support Apple’s smart home system. Both Arlo Ultra and Netatmo Weather Station can take advantage of HomeKit as of right now.

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IKEA has new HomeKit blinds coming to the United States within the next couple of months. They’ve already gone on sale in some of European countries and some people are already playing with them.

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Philips Hue smart bulbs have long been some of the most popular around and they’re just about to get better. That’s because they’re being updated to make it possible to use them without picking up the $60 Hue Hub that was previously a requirement.

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The Raspberry Pi 4 has just been launched with support for dual 4K monitor displays, quad-core CPU, 4GB RAM, and more. Here are the details.

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