News and Articles About Connected home
More devices are expected to be connected at the end of the decade. Router-maker Belkin recently launched a new product line to get an early start.
Watch out, Nest. If the rumors are true, the South Korean electronics giant could soon take a bite out of the sizzling home-automation market with the purchase of SmartThings.
Vivint's new 'Sky' system learns how you interact with your home to make it a smarter place. It's not just automation, but smart automation.
In the best possible ways, though. Right?
Consumers will now be able to control their Whirlpool washers and dryers, Mercedes-Benz vehicles and Logitech remote controls through Nest's operating system.
The deal signals that the connected home industry is rife with potential and gaining tremendous steam.
Former Apple exec Matt Rogers co-founded Nest, a smart-home product company that went from a garage startup to a $3.2 billion business.
As more aspects of our lives become connected to the Internet, the tech giant Google says that the definition of what is considered a 'mobile' ad is going to evolve.
Customers in South Korea can now purchase LG's smart fridges, ovens and washing machines equipped with a social messaging system called HomeChat.
Better late than never. Kind of. The Korean electronics maker's dull-ish inaugural connected lightbulb doesn't exactly turn us on.
As the World Wide Web celebrates its 25th birthday, here are some predictions about its future.
Most consumers are now very aware that their computer could be targeted with malware. There is also growing awareness that the new generation of smartphones are also vulnerable to attack. However, few people are aware of the threat to other devices.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
With this tool, a trip to the loo could get even more personal in the future.
From scheduling oil changes to monitoring you baby's health, new sensors will make your life easier to track in the next few years.
Security firm outlines a recent cyber attack using internet-connected household devices.
Here's a hint: It has to do with things people do 'twice a day.'
The tech giant expects its deal to buy popular smart-thermostat maker will close in the next few months.
More than just TVs and computers, a number of bizarre products launched this year during CES.
Representatives from LG, Lowe's and Verizon discuss why the market for these smart gadgets has potential but hasn't exploded yet.