Lutron handed out a dozen honors during its annual Excellence Awards competition and inducted two new members into its Hall of Fame.
Now that the Internet of Things is beginning to rise, what does it mean to consumers? That was the subject of a CE Week panel Thursday on The Internet of Things: Now in Control of Your Smart Home.
Lutron reports that its new Caséta Wireless Smart Bridge supports Apple's HomeKit. A Caséta Wireless Lighting Starter Kit is now available at the Apple Store, as well as online from Amazon, Home Depot and Lowe’s.
Logitech announced Tuesday that it has upgraded its software so that all Harmony hub-based products now offer enhanced smart home control functionality.
Comcast has announced greater integration for its Xfinity Home offerings. Products from August, Automatic, Cuff, Leeo, Lutron, Rachio, SkyBell and Whistle will be integrated with Xfinity Home starting this summer.
Clare Controls announced that it has appointed Delia Hansen director of distribution sales. Hansen comes to Clare after five years with Crestron Electronics.
Core Brands this week detailed how it helped out a veteran who lost three limbs in Afghanistan, by outfitting his home with technologies from its various brands.
How do you define “the network” in your daily life? IP signals, WiFi access points, category cable? That magical “thing” that makes stuff connect to the internet, to smartphones, and to each other?