Controlling Your Smart Home With One Hub

THE smart home is full of promise: Coffee makers that turn on when you wake up, garage doors that open when you come home, relaxing music that is controlled remotely and air-conditioners and thermostats that perfectly regulate the home and save you money, too.

Promise is rarely reality, though. Smart-home automation is a tricky and chaotic corner of tech right now. Companies are rushing to join the fray, buoyed in part by the success of the Nest Learning Thermostat, and Google’s $3.2 billion acquisition of Nest.

Full Story:

Popular posts from this blog

Commercial Automation Leader SOMFY Joins ZigBee

Home automation gets cheaper, smarter, easier

New home construction down last month