Chamberlain killed its overpriced, unreliable HomeKit Home Bridge, Tado has a money-saving program that might actually use more energy, Lutron adds to its Caséta lineup, and everyone’s getting into Matter (hopefully). We review all this and more with HomeKit developer Matt Corey, then talk with Matt about some of the ways he’s using HomeKit, Shortcuts, and even the Mac to help HomeKit users do more with lighting in their smart homes.
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- Chamberlain discontinues its HomeKit hub for myQ garage door controllers
- Flic will support Matter
- Eve demos Matter and introduces new products at IFA
- Tado unveils money-saving plan for thermostats
- Lutron’s new smart light switches go back to basics
- Follow Matt on Twitter at @matt1corey
- Follow Matt’s work on Twitter at @homemadeauto
- Find Matt’s work at homemadeautomation.com
- Use Signals for HomeKit to Power a Spooky Halloween
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