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  • BMW integrates smart home connectivity into the BMW i3
    The ability to manipulate smart home devices from your car is no longer far from reality, as German car manufacturer BMW has unveiled a smart home app from Deutsche Telekom that allows homeowners to control connected gadgets via the display and operating system of their BMW i3...
    Editor / Provider: Linko Lin | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 9
  • Grohe’s water monitoring system detects leaks and cuts off water supply
    The smart home market has products that aim to prevent water leaks, but most products only send notifications and do not act to take care of leaking pipes. German manufacturer Grohe has announced a new home security system to detect water damage and is able to cut off the water supply via a mobile a
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2017 / 3 / 20
  • i-Bell Wi-Fi doorbell compatible with Apple's HomeKit
    Acting as an interactive peephole for the front door, the revolutionary i-Bell is the next generation in super slick home automation. A wireless gadget, it allows smartphone users to see and communicate with whoever is standing on their doorstep whether they are home or away...
    Editor / Provider: Dakota Digital | Updated: 2014 / 6 / 24
  • Smart speaker market to reach US$2.68 billion in size in 2018
    The smart speaker market will be valued at US$2.68 billion in 2018 and is expected to be worth US$11.79 billion by 2023, growing at as much as 34.4 percent annually, according to a report of Research and Markets.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 29
  • Microsoft simplifies smart assistant Cortana’s wake-up word
    To facilitate voice control, Microsoft has made Cortana's wake-up word from “Hey Cortana” to “Cortana.” The change has been updated to Cortana-powered speaker Invoke, but devices running on other systems like iOS, Android and Windows 10 will receive this update later.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 9
  • ASUS brings smart home products to the Singapore market
    Taiwanese tech company ASUS will bring its smart devices to Singapore, outside its local market for the first time. The devices include door locks as well as motion, temperature and humidity sensors.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2017 / 3 / 16