The labels apparently feel they’re getting a raw deal from the video-streaming service.
Users of the company’s Presence home-surveillance app can now add physical sensors to their setups.
The paid-only service thanks high-profile rivals for raising awareness about streaming.
Synchronizing your lighting to pulse to your playlist, or updating all your social-media accounts each time you favorite a track are just two examples of what’s possible.
The security company is also bundling free Nest Learning Thermostats with Pulse packages in select U.S. cities.
Israeli startup GreenIQ ups the garden-automation ante with an IFTTT channel for its cloud-connected sprinkler controller.
With a starting price of $1,300, the new JS7000 4K TV is the least-expensive option in the company’s flagship SUHD line.
Click & Grow says its new indoor farming solution can grow enough fresh produce for an entire family.
The new service lets Grooveshark users import their old playlists and then stream the tracks from YouTube and SoundCloud.
Online-radio service Rdio recruits a number of music labels, artists, and brands from around the world for its expert-curated radio stations.
A single multi-sensor can detect motion, vibration, temperature, humidity and light.
Estimate is based on HBO Now’s iTunes app-store rankings; could increase as Apple's exclusive ends.
ESPN columnists and on-air personalities Michael Smith and Jemele Hill to be celebrity DJs on the streaming-music service.
Developed by indie artists Ohm & Sport, the app would play songs on endless 30-second loops.