Articles about IoT (Internet of Things) (page 2)

Tali Connected SP-1 Safety Beacon for MotorcyclistsEditor's Pick
Tali Connected is back at CES with the award-winning SP-1 Safety Beacon, a compact connected box for motorcycles that works with the Tali iT-C Smart Helmet, which won a CES 2020 Innovation Award.Dedicated to improving motorcyclists’ safety, the Tali iT-C Smart Helmet makes them more visible, thanks to its integrated lighting system that synchronizes with the motorcycle’s signal codes (Turn Signals and Brake Light).By wearing the Tali helmet that connects […]

Ring’s Mailbox Sensor Lets You Know When You’ve Got Mail
While we can use tracking numbers to keep track of our deliveries, this doesn’t always apply to things like letters. If you’d like to be kept in the know whenever you have new mail in your mailbox, you might want to check out Ring’s new Mailbox Sensor, whose name is actually rather straightforward and telling.

Logitech Launches HomeKit Exclusive Circle View Doorbell
If you’re looking to buy into Apple’s ecosystem for smart homes, you will need to seek out devices that are HomeKit compatible. If you are in the market for such a device, then you might be interested to learn that Logitech has announced its new Circle View Doorbell that has been created as an exclusive HomeKit smart doorbell system.

Nanoleaf’s Smart Lighting Expands To Bulbs And Lightstrips
When it comes to smart bulbs or lightstrips, you might think of brands like Philips or LIFX, but it seems that the folks at Nanoleaf want to challenge those companies as they have since announced a new smart light bulb and also a new smart lightstrip that will complement the company’s existing products.

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Some Ring Doorbells Are Catching On Fire When Installed Incorrectly
Ever had a doorbell catch on fire? We imagine that’s probably a concern almost no one had, but it appears that if you own the second-gen Ring Video Doorbell, there is a chance that could happen if you installed the doorbell incorrectly. So much so that Ring has announced that they’ll be recalling the device.

HomePod Mini Seems To Be Off To A Good Start
When Apple first debuted the HomePod, it was expensive as far as smart speakers were concerned, and it never quite took off the way Apple had hoped. However, it seems that the company could be making up for that with the HomePod mini because according to the estimated delivery times, the dates are starting to slip.

Older Nest Thermostats Can Now Monitor Your HVAC
A lot of our home’s energy is being used towards heating or cooling our homes, which is why there is a demand for smart thermostat systems like Nest, which can help us avoid unnecessarily wasting energy by making smarter decisions for us. One of the features of the new Nest Thermostat is HVAC monitoring, but the good news for those who own older models is that you won’t need to […]

Belkin Launches A New Wemo Outdoor HomeKit Smart Plug
Smart home plugs aren’t exactly new, but there is a difference between plugs designed to be used indoors and those meant for outdoors. For the latter, it is important to have things like weather sealing or making it water-resistant. After all, you don’t want to fry your circuit board in the event that it is raining and your plug is in operation.

Google Has Discontinued Its Nest Secure Device
Several years ago, Google introduced the Nest Secure. For those unfamiliar, the Nest Secure is an alarm system that actually fits in rather nicely with the company’s Nest series of smart home devices. It was also Google’s only Nest alarm system that they had not bothered to update for the past few years.

Nanoleaf Unveils New Triangular Shaped LED Panels With HomeKit Support
If you’ve ever browsed the r/battlestations subreddit, you might notice that one thing many of these setups have in common is the use of Nanoleaf’s LED wall panels. If you’re keen on setting up something similar for yourself, then you might be interested to learn that Nanoleaf has since unveiled a couple of new shapes.

Apple Introduces Their Brand New HomePod Mini
Following the rumors that Apple was working on a smaller, cheaper version of the HomePod, it turns out that the rumors were right on the money because Apple has since officially taken the wraps off their latest smart speaker, the HomePod mini.

Google’s New Nest Thermostat Features A Cleaner, Sleeker Design
Thermostats have been around for decades, and for the most part they were largely functional and you didn’t really give too much thought about it. However, when Nest first introduced their smart thermostat with its circular design, it started to make many think that maybe thermostats could stand to be redesigned.

HomePod Mini Could Come With U1 Chip
The U1 chip that debuted with the iPhone 11 last year seemed like an indication that Apple was readying its own Tile-like tracking accessory, but now according to a report from Jon Prosser, he claims that the U1 chip is actually the foundation for even bigger plans and loftier goals than just helping you find a missing object.

HomePod Mini Could Be Priced Rather Affordably At $99
According to the rumors, Apple is apparently planning on creating a HomePod mini set of speakers. This device is said to be smaller and cheaper than the HomePod, and now according to a post by Kang on Weibo, it seems that the pricing of the upcoming speaker has been revealed, and we are pretty thrilled by that news.

Google Could Have A Cheaper Nest Thermostat In The Works
It sounds like it would be fun to create a smart home, but at the same time, it can also be an expensive project. After all, a lot of these smart gadgets cost hundreds of dollars, and it can quickly add up. However, Google is hoping to make it a bit easier because according to a report from Bloomberg, the company could actually be developing a more affordable Nest Thermostat.

HomePod Mini Could Be Announced Next Week
With all the fuss surrounding smart speakers, it did not come as a surprise that Apple tossed their hat into the ring when they launched the HomePod. However, to say that the speaker received a lukewarm reception is overstating it as many were put off by the price and also the seemingly lack of features compared to other smart speakers.

Arlo’s New Wireless Security Cameras Will Last You Half A Year On A Single Charge
You might be considering setting up a home security camera system, but the thing with a lot of the more traditional setups is that it requires installation which involves dragging wires and finding a way to keep those wires hidden and kept away neatly. If you’d rather not deal with this, then Arlo’s new wireless cameras might be worth taking a look at.

Google Just Launched Its New Nest Audio Smart Speaker
Earlier this year, we had heard rumors that Google was planning a new Nest speaker. Given that Google had been slowly transitioning some of its products to the Nest brand, and with the Nest Hub Max, it makes sense that they would have a new Nest speaker that would replace the old Google Home.

Ring Expands Its Security Offers To Automobiles
Ring is mostly known for its home security systems like its smart doorbell and more recently its home security camera that comes with a built-in sentry drone. However, it seems that the company has decided to expand on their portfolio where they’ll be moving beyond the home and into automobiles.

Amazon Guard Plus Turns Your Echo Speakers Into Security Devices
Does your home have several Echo or Echo Dot speakers setup? Or are you looking for a relatively more affordable way of keeping your home safe when you’re asleep or if you’re away? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that Amazon has since announced its new Alexa Guard Plus subscription service.