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Poly-Control will reduce the price of its Danalock to $129 starting February 15, and the smart deadbolt's new price will be $149 following the temporary promotion.
Iris by Lowe’s users now have the option of having emergency responders dispatched when alarms sound.
Zuckerberg says his system will perform basic automation at first, but will eventually evolve into a digital assistant resembling the J.A.R.V.I.S. AI from the comic-book movie 'Iron Man.'
The company's line-up of Internet-connected ovens, washers, and dryers link up to your Amazon account to make life easier.
Don't get too excited about all your devices getting along—yet.
The LG HOM-BOT Turbo+ robot vacuum combines camera controls and security features.
Most features are intact, though users might have to endure some rough edges until the service is fully supported early next year.
Icontrol Networks’ Piper wireless security cameras can now alert you when no one’s home and the system is unarmed.
Cox embraces FUD in a desperate attempt to discourage cord cutting.
Roku Feed tries to make sense of streaming video, but the software hasn't quite nailed it yet.
HomeBiogas’ system produces up to three hours of cooking gas, plus liquid fertilizer for your garden.
Grow your own organic food with the mostly automated Grove Ecosystem, which uses fish poop as plant fertilizer.
The company is launching a crowd-funding campaign to port its existing platform into a system that will enable seniors to remain in their own homes longer.
An entirely redesigned platform debuts Monday with lower price points, better mobile capabilities, and deep tie-ins to Lowe's' core businesses.
British startup has developed a music streamer that plugs into your TV (and only your TV).