The latest DIY home automation gadget will soon support Apple HomeKit and Siri voice commands.Get the Guide
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Oomi DIY Home Automation System Adds Features & Availability
The upcoming DIY home automation system has a redesigned controller, a new multisensor, and an Indiegogo campaign.
The upcoming DIY home automation system has a redesigned controller, a new multisensor, and an Indiegogo campaign.Get the Guide
Securifi Delivers DIY Home Automation with Almond Routers
The Almond+ and Almond 2015 don't need an added hub or box in that DIY home automation equation.
The Almond+ and Almond 2015 don’t need an added hub or box in that DIY home automation equation.Get the Guide
Insteon Hub Review: A Simple DIY Smart Home System
The Insteon hub is best for controlling a house full of lights with custom scene settings.Get the Guide
Your First Home Automation Project: Where Do You Start?
Your first home automation project should be something that solves practical problems or automated common daily tasks; or it could just be something fun.
By now you’ve probably read about many of the new smart home automation products on the market, seen some impressive new gadgets and heard that the Internet of Things is taking over the home. So you’re ready to begin your first home automation project. Where do you start? Visiting or talking to a local CE […]Get the Guide
10 Top Products for Your Smart Home
New electronic products & systems
CasaTunes Streaming Servers Does every member in your family share the same taste in music? Probably not. That’s why the CT-3 line of media servers from CasaTunes is so appealing. Each of the CT-3 servers delivers three simultaneous streams of audio, and they provide access to local music on Windows, iTunes, and networked Universal Plug […]Get the Guide
Smart Home Trends: Home Automation Systems Go Mainstream
What was once an amenity that people with big pocketbooks could afford is now within the financial realm of most households. What used to be an home improvement that required endless visits from a professional installer can now be up and running in a couple of days. What used to involve reading a manual to operate is now so intuitive that even tech newbies can use it with ease. These are just a few of the positive changes happening in the smart home systems marketplace. Across the board, manufacturers have broadened the appeal of their systems by lowering prices, implementing new technology, and offering increasingly attractive packages. Here is a closer look at some of the industry trends that are helping turn smart home systems from a small niche luxury into a mass market amenity.Get the Guide
Piper nv Packs Automation and Night Vision into Wireless Home Security Cameras
These wireless home security cameras include 180-degree night vision, a 3.4-megapixel camera sensor, and Z-Wave support.
These wireless home security cameras include 180-degree night vision, a 3.4-megapixel camera sensor, and Z-Wave support.Get the Guide
Oomi Has Everything You Need in a DIY Home Automation System
The upcoming DIY home automation system is focused on learning instead of programming.
The upcoming DIY home automation system is focused on learning instead of programming.Get the Guide
Z-Wave DIY Smart Home App Goes Up Mount Everest to Prove a Point
Can a DIY smart home system really be operated from thousands of miles away, in bone-chilling conditions?
Is your smart home system smart enough to be powered from the top of Mount Everest? I’m actually not sure what the two have to do with each other, but DIY smart home device maker FIBARO is sending mountain climber Mariusz Malkowski up the world’s highest mountain, and they’re sending an iPad with him, with […]Get the Guide