If you haven’t taken the plunge into the Smart Home world yet, it may be time to start thinking about it. Smart Home Technology has gained a lot of attention in various markets, including the real estate and consumer market. Smart Home products have soared over the past few years, starting with all-in-one devices that… Continue reading »
Google recently added an update for its Pixel smartphone to allow owners to control their Smart Home devices from Home Control, a digital control panel. Owners can request Google AI assistant to control various third-party devices, including Belkin WeMo, Samsung SmartThings and Philips Hue. Google Assistant is available on Pixel and Pixel XL phones, but… Continue reading »
Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home are two of the most popular Smart speakers on the market. Both devices deliver an array of features that makes the user’s life easier and more comfortable. As of now, users can deliver pizza and sync music from their favorite streaming services directly from both of these Bluetooth speakers. … Continue reading »
Baidu, a Chinese-based tech giant, unveiled its new Amazon Echo copycat, Little Fish. The robot features a large screen display, camera, microphone and a Smart speaker. While Little Fish is similar to Amazon Echo and Google Home, it is also very unique in that it offers video chatting and video streaming directly to the screen…. Continue reading »
PlumChoice, a leading provider of iOT technical support services, announced its partnership with Nightingale to provide customers with superior iOT technical support. Nightingale is the first Smart Home sleep system that is capable of immersing a room in perfectly tuned sound blankets. The system will also mask annoying indoor/outdoor sounds that would normally keep the… Continue reading »
Smart Home hubs were at the top of the 2016 holiday gift list. Of course, many recipients are unfamiliar with these devices, so it wouldn’t be unusual for them to be in awe of their gift. With a little research and assistance from the tech-knowledgeable family member, the home hub could be up and running… Continue reading »
Apple has Siri and Amazon has Alexa, voice-automated intuitive personal assistances, leaving Google with Assistant. Echo has been one of Amazon’s most profitable Smart-Connected products, with Google scampering to catch up. Thursday, Gupshup announced its partnership with Google, which will entail building voice-activated actions for the Google Assistant.