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Canary: The first smart home security device for everyone

Canary: The first smart home security device for everyone | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
Canary is a simple device packed with smart sensors that empowers you to keep your home safe and secure — controlled through your mobile device.
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Very cool home security/monitoring device currently crowdfunded via Indiegogo.  No monthly fees and seems to do more than other options.

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Goji Smart Lock hits Indiegogo, could be best home automation device since Nest

Goji Smart Lock hits Indiegogo, could be best home automation device since Nest | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
The Goji Smart Lock has hit Indiegogo today, and offers a level of home automation we only dreamed about as kids. The Goji is a deadbolt lock that harnesses the…

Via Peter Sherwin
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Very slick indiegogo startup product. Very cool look and features. Has raised a ton of money - including from me. 

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First HBO & ESPN, now Time Warner Cable channels said to be coming to Apple TV

First HBO & ESPN, now Time Warner Cable channels said to be coming to Apple TV | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
Apple is said to be making progress in bringing channels with Time Warner Cable content to its set-top box. But access will be restricted to the cable company’s subscribers only.

Via sarah hemar
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Steve Jobs said he finally had TV figured out.  The industry seemed to think that TV would have to come through a cable box, then to an Apple product.  Who imagined the little Apple TV could be the box receiving and controlling all the content on your TV?

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TV Networks Finally Discover Live Streaming; Still Get It Really, Really Wrong | Techdirt

TV Networks Finally Discover Live Streaming; Still Get It Really, Really Wrong | Techdirt | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
Over and over again people have pointed out that one of the reasons people flock to "unauthorized" versions of content is that legitimate versions aren't available. For a decade or so, it's been odd that network TV has been...
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BUTTON TRACKR

BUTTON TRACKR | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it

Button TrackR is a small tracking device – about the size of a quarter – that you can place virtually anywhere...


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Another cool gadget I thought was worth signing up for via indiegogo. Looks gtrackr or keeping track  of keys, wallet and phone. 

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Monitor your world with $39 Motes sensors

Monitor your world with $39 Motes sensors | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
Wimoto's Motes Indiegogo project wants to put small environmental sensors into the hands of anyone with a smartphone. [Read more]    

Via TechinBiz
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A very cool concept for monitoring different things around your house through your smartphone. I signed up for this startup product through indiegogo

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The Sweethome

The Sweethome | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
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Great site for reviews on stuff for your home.  Again - bottom line, to the point recommendations.

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Google Chrome Can Now Talk Back to You

Google Chrome Can Now Talk Back to You | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
You can now talk to your computer kind of, sort of like you would a person -- that is, if you're running Google Chrome.
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Smartphone, sure, but how about a smart-sprinkler?

Smartphone, sure, but how about a smart-sprinkler? | Home Gadgets and Tech | Scoop.it
A company called SmartThings sells kits that let you rig 'dumb', everyday objects up to smartphones and tablet computers.
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More and more solutions are popping up to enable add-on automated control of household appliances through a smartphone.  This one looks very promising.

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