Home: On #073 – HomeKit Revisited, with Adam Justice

Jul 5, 2016 by

We get a sneak peak at the Bluetooth 5 specs, Nest finally does something new-ish, and Apple comes through in a big way for HomeKit. Adam Justice joins us from WWDC to talk through all the announcements.

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Home: On #061 – Smarthome Venting, with Chris Compton

Dec 4, 2015 by

Hunter Douglas introduces a battery operated shade system, First Alert releases the first HomeKit compatible smoke detector, and D-Link is trying too hard with an expensive switch that incorporates everything but the kitchen sink. On this news-packed episode, we’re joined by Chris Compton from Smart Home HQ.

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Introducing Apple HomeKit

Jun 10, 2015 by

The first wave of HomeKit devices is finally here. Here's what we know and what you need to know if you're interested in buying any of these products. There's a lot of confusion surrounding this release, so be sure to check for that Works with Apple HomeKit logo to ensure compatibility!

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Apple Announces HomeKit at WWDC

Jun 3, 2014 by

At WWDC, Apple announced a development stack called HomeKit, to tie together control for supported devices in your home. What is it? A platform? An API?

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Home: On #025 – The First Year, with Josh Pollard

Jun 2, 2014 by

Josh Pollard joins Richard on this special one-year anniversary episode of Home: On to review the latest news and hype in the industry. But the real focus is on how the home automation industry has grown in the last year, how they’ve each expanded smarthome technology in their own respective homes, and what they think the next year will bring.

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Home: On #015 – iSpeculate, with Ken Ray

Dec 23, 2013 by

On this episode of Home: On, Richard is joined by Ken Ray to look at a new crowd-funded light controller and yet another cross-platform home control standard—all before they dive into some discussion about whether Apple might or should make a move into the home automation space.

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UPDATED 11/29 Windows 8 hardware explosion – Comparing the devic...

Aug 29, 2012 by

Windows 8 will offer consumers something that, especially in the Apple system, they previously haven’t had this much of in the tablet realm: choices. Sure, there are a lot of Android tablets out there, but with the vast landscape of Microsoft OEMs, consumers are set to have a plethora of...

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thEndUsr Episode 105: Tinfoil Wrapped Passwords

Aug 16, 2012 by

Chris and Taylor talk about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Square partnerships, how not to get hacked, Microsoft revitalizing their online services, Mountain Lion battery life and much more!

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thEndUsr Episode 104: Breaking the Vow of Silence

Aug 3, 2012 by

Chris and Taylor talk about the new Outlook.com, Amazon Music, Verizon tethering, Dropbox security, Raspberry Pi and much more!

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thEndUsr Episode 103: Gigabit Mumble Recognition

Jul 29, 2012 by

Taylor and Josh talk about gigabit internet, Google's entry into cable TV, Verizon FIOS, the Roku, the Raspberry Pi and much more!

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thEndUsr Episode 101: Trademarking 101

Jul 12, 2012 by

Chris and Taylor talk about security breaches, the Digg purchase, Windows 8, Windows Home Server discontinuation and much more! Join us for the tech news of the week from your perspective.

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thEndUsr Episode 100: the Centepisode Conspiracy

Jun 28, 2012 by

This is episode 100! As usual the tech news of the week is brought to you from thEndUsr perspetive. This week Chris and Taylor talk about the Nexus 7 tablet, the Nexus Q, Chrome for iOS and other Google I/O news. We also have a tip of the week and a Robot that will beat you at rock, paper, scissors.

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