A recent tech announcement has introduced the world to a new smart home controller: the Amazon Echo Show.
After rumors about a new security camera, Amazon has announced that the new member of the Echo devices' family is the Echo Look. The Echo Look is a connected camera that helps its users in choosing their outfits.
An announcement from high-end audio equipment manufacturer Harmam Kardon gives a deeper look into the HK Invoke, the Cortana-powered smart speaker.
Google Home's purpose is to be at the heart of your smart home. What better way to be at the center of your home than being your kitchen companion?
We recently talked about Ikea's launch of a smart lighting line. The line is now available in the US on their website.
Xiaomi, known as the Chinese Apple for its affordable smartphones, tablets or laptops, now enters home automation with a new Smart Home Security Suite. The suite includes 5 accessories: a multifunctional gateway, a window/door sensor, a smart switch, a motion sensor and an outlet.
Samsung announced last week a new piece of their smart products line: the Samsung Connect Home. The device is both a Wi-Fi router and a hub, and comes with a new app. The South Korean company is a major player in the smart home industry with its SmartThings hub and devices, also compatible with the new Samsung Connect Home.
August offers several smart locks in the US. The company introduced a new version of its door lock, the Smart Lock Pro. It is the first August lock utilizing the Z-Wave standard.
Google Home continues on its chosen path and is integrating more brands to its list of compatible devices. Last week the following brands announced integrations with Google Home: Wink, Vivint, August, First Alert, LIFX, TP-Link, Logitech and more (Rachio, Frigidaire, Geeni, Anova, Best Buy's Insignia).