The Onelink series includes everything from smoke detectors that talk to a Wi-Fi safe you unlock with your smartphone, so why is none of it integrated?
You know the connected-home is going mainstream when a company that manufactures doors, windows, shades, and blinds is embedding sensors into its products.
This encoding technology makes it possible for recording artists to distribute their work in studio-master quality—and you don’t need mind-numbingly expensive gear to enjoy to it.
Disney, ESPN, Food Network, HGTV, Cartoon Network, and more are already on board.
The network heavyweight is showing range extenders, power-line network adapters, and a few other products at CES; but the company standing pat on the router front for now.
Router manufacturer D-Link plans to open its Connected Home Platform in 2015, making it compatible with devices based on the AllSeen Alliance’s Internet of Things initiative.
Networking company looks to up its game in terms of Wi-Fi performance.
A central hub controls lighting, door locks, cameras thermostats, and other devices; uses picture-in-picture technology to show live TV inside its user interface.
The Nest smart thermostat isn’t new, but it’s one of the hot trends at CES.
The SmartCode 916 is designed to combat ‘smudge attacks.’
The whiz-bang WeMo Water with Echo Technology is easily the most interesting, but it's just one of seven all-new devices.
A new cloud/Bluetooth gateway will finally add remote control to the Kevo’s repertoire, but how much will it cost?
The collection includes new 802.11ac routers, innovative range extenders, and high-gain antenna upgrades.
In addition to wider sound bars, we’ll see a pair of new table-top speakers.
Satellite TV service becomes the first U.S. pay-TV service to offer Netflix via its DVR.