Android power users will probably be familiar with a couple of automation apps that lets your smarpthone or tablet automatically change some settings whenever certain conditions are met. Automated Device is yet another one of
There is a bit of good news for those who were waiting to open their door using a Bluetooth connection from their phone. The Kwikset Kevo Bluetooth-enabled deadbolt has begun shipping. These originally came available for
The brand new LG G2 smartphone sure is impressive. We loved nearly everything about the 5.2-inch quad-core flagship smartphone in our full G2 Review. However, one area that always seemed to bother us was the screen brightness,
Home automation is not an entirely new concept, however it is one that seems to be growing at a rather decent rate. Not to mention, the home automation options appear to be getting easier and easier in terms of setup and use.
It is looking like Android users may soon have another option when it comes to ditching the front-door key. Kwikset has announced that pre-orders are beginning today (July 30th) for the Kevo deadbolt. This is a Bluetooth-enabled
Belkin has the WeMo line of home automation products and back in January they added to that lineup with the introduction of a smartphone-controlled light switch. That particular item was simply called the WeMo Light Switch,
Revolv is a home automation setup. They tout this as being a setup that requires one hub and one app. The app they are talking about has been on a smartphone up until now, however as of today we are getting a brief look at what
Home automation seems to be a growing topic these days. There are some available third-party options that are able to be controlled using your smartphone or tablet, however it looks like Samsung and HTC may be working on
AT&T has officially launched their Digital Life home management and automation system today. This initial launch will bring support for select markets and with features that touch on everything from security to remote access.
Belkin announced they had an Android app in the works back in January during CES. At the time they had said the app would arrive in February and that it would be available for select devices. Well, the app has officially landed