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  • Yandex launches first smart speaker for the Russian market
    Yandex, the largest technology company in Russia, has unveiled the first smart speaker for the local market. Powered by the company's Russian-speaking AI assistant Alice, the speaker is priced at roughly US$160.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 30
  • Amazon Alexa to enter Windows 10 PC in Q1 2018 without Cortana
    Amazon Alexa is already integrated into various home appliances, but the voice assistant will soon appear in PCs too. Computer makers including HP, Asus and Acer have all announced plans at CES last week to release PCs with built-in Alexa.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 17
  • IHS: US residential security market continues to outperform Europe
    “The Market for Intruder Alarms – 2015,” a new study published last month by IHS Technology, revealed that the U.S. residential market for intrusion equipment was estimated to be worth just over $600 million in 2014.
    Editor / Provider: Cindy Lin | Updated: 2015 / 7 / 21
  • Comcast’s Xfinity Home now works with Philips Hue
    Smart home service provider Comcast has announced a partnership with Philips Lighting to bring greater convenience to customers who own both Xfinity Home and Philips Hue smart lighting products.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2017 / 5 / 18
  • 2GIG expands security solution with five new security sensors at ISC West 2018
    Demonstrating its commitment to provide dealers and end-users with a comprehensive line of security products for the home and beyond, Nortek Security & Control (NSC) today announced the launch of five new 2GIG sensors including Stove & Grill Guard, Trigger Lock Detector, Water Leak Detector...
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 4 / 12
  • Smart lock makes better smart home and businesses: Grand View Research
    Always wanted a device that could unlock your door with a smartphone? It has been done. No need to fumble for keys at the door. These new-age devices unlock the doors wirelessly using an authorized users' authentication generated by smartphones.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 6 / 12