If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then technology is fast becoming the heart of the kitchen. Cookbooks and handwritten recipe cards are increasingly being replaced by blog posts on tablet screens. And
Driven by services such as Netflix and Pandora becoming commonplace, more than three-fifths of US households now have at least one net-connected TV in their home according to new data from The Diffusion Group (TDG).
How To Invest In 'The Smart Home'ForbesIf my memory is correct, Cisco's CEO John Chambers talked about the smart home trend back in the CES 1999–he saw everyday devices like home appliances connected to the Internet.
If you want your oven, locks, garage doors, and small appliances connected to the Internet at all times, here's the newest batch of companies promising to deliver. (RT @jkhoey: Your smartphone & your crockpot.
Google is acquiring connected device company Nest for $3.2B. Google sent out an email to employees noting the acquisition today and later issued a press.. (Will Google Make Your Home Safe and More Efficient?