Samsung has released SmartThings Energy, a tool to give real-time visibility into your home's electricity utilization in order to help reduce usage and cost, built into the SmartThings ecosystem.
Samsung has released the latest version of SmartThings on Android devices, with an iOS version arriving soon. It comes with a completely new interface that is designed to be easier to use.
Samsung is rolling out an update to SmartThings Find that introduces new capabilities for added convenience and privacy. The update includes support for Bixby and a new feature to detect unknown tags.
Samsung has announced a new item tracker called SmartTag+, packing BLE and UWB connectivity, as well as an AR finder feature for compatible smartphones. It will be available next week.
Google has announced that it's bringing access to its Nest smart home devices to Samsung's smart home ecosystem, SmartThings. Nest cameras and thermostats will be available on the platform.
Samsung will now let you find your lost Galaxy phone or tablet with the launch of SmartThings Find, a new feature available through the SmartThings app from today. It works on Android 8 or later.
Samsung has expanded its SmartThings range of smart accessories for the home with a new trio of devices, which includes a security camera, a smart power plug, and a dimmable light bulb.
Amazon is offering Nvidia's Shield TV 4K streaming player coupled with Samsung's SmartThings Link hub on a discounted price that saves the buyer $30 on the original cost of both items.
Samsung today introduced the new SmartThings Tracker, an LTE-enabled object tracker that offers better connectivity than Bluetooth devices of the same kind. It will be available later this week.
During Samsung's Unpacked event, the firm announced that it would be partnering with Spotify for its music needs. The two will work together to bring a more 'seamless' experience to Samsung devices.
Samsung's IoT subsidiary, SmartThings, has announced that it is pulling the plug on its Windows Phone app. It explains that it won't be able to "provide the desired level of updates" for the platform.
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Researchers from University of Michigan and Microsoft have found worrying flaws in Samsung's SmartThings IoT platform that allows attackers to gain access to homes and snoop on users.
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.
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.
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.