Electrical and digital building infrastructure specialist Legrand has unveiled Intuity, its new home automation platform specifically developed for homebuilders.
Quirky is becoming a much different kind of Quirky. Put bluntly,
the democratic design pioneer needs money and is radically changing
its direction. Part of that new direction involves no longer making
or selling Quirky products, but Quirky—and its community—will still
help giant corporations like GE design products.
DSI Systems said this week that it "plans to grow their burgeoning furniture, appliance and bedding business."
D&H Distributing hosted an upbeat contingent of vendors and dealers its semi-annual vendor/dealer show June 4th at Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pa., not far from its headquarters. One of the show’s aims was to present products and total solutions answering the needs of the K-through-12 educational market ahead of the back-to-school season. The event included…
BrandSource earlier this month participated in a charity event at which it built and donated two dozen brand new bicycles for a group of children's charities in the Phoenix area.
Quirky, the company that helps turn crazy inventions into things
you can actually buy, has announced seven new gizmos to help raise
the IQ of your home. They include inexpensive devices that detect
moisture levels or energy consumption, but also one product—a smart
thermostat—aimed at giving smart home leaders like Nest some
HomeSeer announced the arrival of the HomeTroller-SEL, a home
automation controller available at the price of $399.95.
GE has announced the arrival of an affordable connected light bulb, the Link. The Link, which is controlled by the company's Wink app, retails for under $15.
Lutron has just announced that it will soon begin shipping a wireless bridge along with a simplified software application that works via smartphones and tablets and that will link Lutron’s Caséta wireless lamp dimmers, Pico remotes, Serena remote-controlled shades and other third-party devices.