Boost your smart home's IQ

"We're trying to make your house as smart as your smartphone," said Chief Executive Andreas Gal, who left his chief technology officer job at Firefox maker Mozilla in 2015 to co-found the company.

San Mateo, California-based Silk Labs now is showing off its first product in the run-up to the Mobile World Congress tech show that begins next week in Barcelona, Spain. The Wi-Fi-connected Sense notices when you enter a room and initiates actions like turning on lights and music. It's designed to provide a smart-home network's central coordination.

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