The acquisition of Dropcam for $555 million could bring a whole new aspect of security to owners of the smart thermostat.
We're ready for a Jetsons future. Are you?
Smart homes are gradually becoming a reality, but just what shape the thinking home of the future will take is still up for grabs.
The makers of Ninja Blocks want to make your home smart enough to tell you where you left your phone and what the cat's doing, 24/7.
Having smart light bulbs is one thing, but using them intelligently is another.
A recent patent filing has given us a glimpse of what Apple believes will be the home of tomorrow.
These designs may look futuristic, but according to GE, we could be living in them very very soon.
Most of us are carry around smartphones that, being smart, are smart enough to take care of us without us even realizing it. Having access to cheap and ubiquitous sensors has created an entirely new way for us to manage ourselves, and the next step might be smart carpets? Yes, carpets.