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The smart-lighting race: How Belkin's WeMo aims to outsmart Philips Hue (review)

Nowhere is the war for the smart home raging harder than on the lighting front.

Traditional players and new contenders with connected lighting products are duking it out to replace the humble lightbulb. 1,618 more words

Business

Leading Change: 3 Key Tips from Wi-Fi Pioneer Cees Links

This post is part of our LeadershipWatch Series in which Hanneke Siebelink shares valuable leadership lessons from a list of experts, researchers and role models she selected and talked to. 885 more words

Business Transformation

Report: 20% of U.S. broadband households to get smart home devices by next year

A new survey released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Parks Associates shows continued strong growth of smart home products in U.S. homes, as 20% of households with broadband intend to acquire one or more smart home devices within the next year. 377 more words

IoT

Control Your Home While on the go

Do you ever get that nagging feeling when on the way to work or to the airport that you forgot to lock your door, or enable your security system, or any number of things you do to ensure the safety of your home? 254 more words

Control Your Home From Your Phone

Smart Homes

The book I read to research this post was Smart Homes 3.0 by Jeff Grant which is a very good book that I read at kindle unlimited. 291 more words

Books

The Internet of Things in Australia

The importance of the Internet of Things (IoT) has risen dramatically over the last year, with an increasing number of businesses seeing the value in boosting the interconnectivity of various technologies. 471 more words

Technology

Weekly ouput: Ello, smart-home privacy, Tech Night Owl, Google Voice MMS

I’m starting the first week since August that won’t have me going any farther from home than Metro can take me. (Each of those trips made sense on its own as a business proposition, but halfway through I could not stop thinking “what have I done?”) That is an exciting thought. 211 more words

Weekly Output