Articles about IoT (Internet of Things) (page 3)

Arlo’s Latest Floodlight Camera Comes Without Wires
These days securing our homes with security cameras has gotten a lot easier and cheaper, thanks to the rise of connected devices. If you’re in the market for a new security camera for the outdoors, Arlo has you covered as the company has announced their latest offering, the Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera.

Lenovo ThinkSmart View Brings Smart Displays To The Office
When we think of smart displays, we usually think of devices that are used in the home where they can be used to watch videos and make video calls. However, if you’re in a work environment and would like to put some smart displays in your office, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Lenovo has announced its new ThinkSmart View.

Kohler Launches A New Showerhead With A Speaker And Alexa Built-In
Have you ever showered midway and realized that you needed to do something but are worried you might forget when you’re done? Not to worry because Kohler has unveiled the Kohler Moxie Showerhead which comes with a built-in speaker that also comes with Amazon’s digital assistant Alexa integrated into it.

D-Link Adds Person And Glass Break Detection To Its Security Cameras
If you own a D-Link camera, you might be pleased to learn that the company is planning on introducing some new features to its home security cameras where with the use of AI, it will soon be able to detect people and also when a glass in your home breaks, suggesting that someone might be looking to break in.

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GE Launches A Bunch Of New Smart Switches For Your Home
Smart switches aren’t exactly new, but the problem with most of them is that if you have an old house that you’re trying to make smart, installing them can be a bit of a tricky process. However, the good news is that it looks like GE Lighting might have the answer to that problem as the company has announced a new lineup of smart switches for the home.

Amazon Sued Over Ring Devices Being Susceptible To Hacks
Smart home devices are fantastic inventions. They let us remotely control our lights, doors, home appliances, and more. It can also be automated which could also potentially be great for energy savings. However, the problem with smart home devices is that because they’re connected to the internet, it means that they are also susceptible to hacks.

What To Expect At CES 2020
CES 2020 will be taking place next week. This is an exciting time of the year because CES is easily the largest consumer electronics show in the year. Many companies usually take this opportunity to announce new products, show off prototypes that they’re working on, along with various concepts and ideas that they are working on. (photo courtesy of CTA)

Philips Could Have Some New Outdoor Hue Lights In The Works
The Philips Hue smart bulb initially started as a humble bulb used for indoor lights. However, over the years, Philips expanded on the type of bulbs that would be available where we started seeing light strips as well, along with some outdoor lighting options. If you’re looking for more outdoor-based Hue lights, you might be in luck.

Amazon’s Ring Could Be Moving Towards Smart Lightbulbs
For those unfamiliar, back in 2018, Amazon acquired Ring. In case you did not know, Ring is a company that makes smart video doorbells, but the company has also since branched into creating security cameras. However, could the company be planning on expanding their portfolio with more smart home devices?

HomeKit For IKEA’s Smart Blinds Will Only Arrive In 2020
As some of you might be aware, IKEA recently launched a set of smart blinds. IKEA isn’t exactly new to the smart home game, and one of the selling points of its smart home products is support for Apple’s HomeKit platform. This was supposed to be the case with the smart blinds, but it looks like owners will have to wait until next year.

Check out new devices by La French Tech at b8ta retail storesEditor's Pick
B8ta was founded in 2015 to create spaces where shoppers can try the latest high-tech products out of the box. The first location opened in Palo Alto, and the Retail-as-a-Service company now counts 23 showrooms  across the United States. A few innovative IoT French companies have been selected by Business France to launch in the U.S.  in partnership with b8ta, from December 1st until January 31st.

Level Lock Is An ‘Invisible’ Smart Lock That Works With Existing Deadbolts
When it comes to smart locks, there are plenty of choices in the market today, and for the most part, a lot of them requires you to replace the current lock you’re using at home. However, if you’d rather not go through the trouble of calling a locksmith and buy an entirely brand new lock system, Level Lock could be worth checking out.

Pirelli Develops Smart Tyres That Can Inform Other Vehicles Of Road Conditions
The tyres on our cars are extremely important where the size and grip of the tyres really helps to determine our driving experience. It also impacts the safety of the car, where some tyres are considered to be “better” than others for certain road conditions. Now it looks like Pirelli is taking things to the next level by developing smart and connected tyres that use 5G to relay information.

Logitech’s Circle 2 Security Camera Now Supports Apple’s HomeKit Secure Video
These days there is a growing number of smart home security cameras available in the market, and for the most part, their selling point is that the videos that their devices capture can be retrieved from the cloud, meaning that users won’t need to worry about storing videos locally and finding a way to store them.