Remember the Jetsons? The you are either old - after all it was a 1960 TV show - or you have read the numerous articles about how the future for smart homes has started and that it will be much brighter and technological advanced as the writers of the Jetsons would have ever imagine.
Whether it’s dodgy pet food dispensers starving our puppies, or connected TV’s that can’t change channel, smart homes can quickly turn into smart hell. The world of connected devices – the so-called ‘Internet of Things’ – is in its infancy, and like a toddler, it’s been toppling over a lot. But the kind of glitch that …
One of the big problems with British Gas Hive's smart theromostat has been its walled garden approach. Unlike Works with Nest, it's very much isolated in the smart home. But that problem is starting to be addressed, now that the company has announced IFTTT support for Hive. For the less techy amongst us, IFTTT stands…
Philip Steele's insight:
I'm not sure a connection to IFTTT is a strong alternative to 'Works with Nest'. This move is a bit surprising.
VectorPot / Shutterstock Who’s it gonna be? Amazon? Apple? Google? IFTTT? Or some amalgam of smart home solution providers? By Jan Dawson There has been a lot of talk recently about advancements in the smart home arena, especially about new ways to control smart home devices. I have heard Amazon’s Echo referred to... View Article
Millions of customers using Amazon's Alexa voice assistant technology now can add locks that can be controlled remotely to the growing ecosystem of smart home capabilities. August Home last week announced that Amazon's line of voice-assisted products, including the Echo, now support its smart products, allowing users to lock and unlock their doors using voice commands.
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