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A recent report reveals that Google is not content with the evolution of its daughter company, and is looking to speed up its smart home efforts by building a competitor for Amazon Echo.
Researchers discovered a number of smart home devices that leaked user data, including Nest's learning thermostat and a security camera that broadcasted completely non-encrypted video streams.
Nexia has announced that they will be integrating with Amazon Echo in Q1, 2016, allowing customers to control automations in their house by simply talking to the device.
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Nest announced an updated version of its learning thermostat earlier this week, and it was officially released just yesterday. We picked one up to check out all the new features and additions.
SmartThings just released version 2.0 bringing new features such as battery backup, local processing, and more - and with this release, they are debuting a new selection of compatible devices as well.
Nest has introduced a new version of its popular "learning" thermostat with a larger, sharper screen, more customization options, more temperature sensors, and a cool new feature call Farsight.
SmartThings has released an update for their home automation app for Windows Phone and it adds firmware installation options, a revamped SmartSetup Screen, light dimming options, and more.
Microsoft is gearing up to make sure its name is known in the IOT and Home Automation space, with a strategic new group building out software to hiring new employees, Microsoft is playing to win.
Microsoft is opening up a new accelerator program in which it is looking to work with home automation startups at its campus in Redmond, Washington and is teaming up with American Family Insurance.
Apple's rumored move into the smart home market may have been over-hyped. A report claims the company is simply looking to expand its certification program instead of launching a new platform.
Next week, Apple is expected to announce their vision for home-automation and as you would expect, iOS will be at the center of this platform if all things go according to their plan.