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AP review: Smarten up your home with Apple's HomeKit

”Apple didn’t attend last week’s gadget show but its presence was felt. Many companies have designed “smart” home products that integrate with Apple’s HomeKit, an emerging technology for controlling lights and appliances through a mobile app,” Anick Jesdanun writes for The Associated Press. 251 more words


CES 2015- Internet of Things (IOT) – Top3 Interesting products in Home Automation


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The Global CES event concluded in Las Vegas on 9th January 2015. Lots of Innovative products were showcased in categories like Automobile, home automation, connected devices , health care solutions and others. 430 more words


The first HomeKit accessories for your iPhone 6 are finally here

One of iOS 8’s most important features is HomeKit, which is Apple’s vision for connecting your home to your iOS mobile devices. The company has yet to announce any HomeKit accessories of its own, but others are finally ready to demo such products. 228 more words


iDevices unveils first HomeKit-enabled plug dubbed 'Switch', iHome announces 'SmartPlug'

iPhone and iPad users have eagerly awaited news in the HomeKit-connected product space since Apple announced the feature at WWDC 2014, and CES 2015  307 more words


iPhone Users Sue Claiming False Advertising, Cloud Storage Hawking

Two iPhone owners who live in Florida have filed a class action suit against Apple, claiming that the company advertises devices as having more storage capacity than they really do, of loading creating an operating system download that requires excessive space when first downloaded, and pushing paid cloud-storage services on customers who fill up the smaller-than-advertised hard drives on their phones. 274 more words


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Tips And Tricks

Apple introduced HomeKit during its WWDC Keynote presentation last June. Since then we’ve heard HomeKit-enabled chips are on the move, but you still can’t buy a HomeKit-certified device. 390 more words

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