Home: On host Richard Gunther moderated two panels at the Smart Kitchen Summit last week in Seattle, Washington. The panels featured executives from industry leaders, including Amazon, Moen, WeMo, Williams-Sonoma, and Zonoff.
Round two of HomeKit-compatible devices starts to roll out, Lowe's quietly launches the second generation Iris hub, and Mike Wolf discusses why smart kitchen technology is starting to make a big splash in the marketplace.
HomeTech’s Jason Griffing joins Richard at CEDIA 2015 before they canvas the floor to find the latest consumer home technology at this largely Integrator-focused show. Due to the convergence we’re seeing in the market these days, you may be a little surprised at some of the things they find.
As smart home technology and products go mainstream, we're seeing something of a convergence (or perhaps colliding, depending on your perspective) of markets. Popular, new products are making their way into custom installations while companies typically serving custom integrators are beginning to court consumers directly.
Xbox MVP, and DMZ contributor, Marques Lyons will be hosting a special online workshop to discuss cutting the cord and Xbox One. You're invited to come learn, and discuss, Xbox One's capabilities around media consumption.
As the new year begins, INSTEON unveils a broad range of affiliations and partnerships, a new supercharged hub that will enable control of any HomeKit device, and an API to allow third party development and control of devices through all of the INSTEON hubs.