Innovation and production of gadgets and technology for the home has been steadily marching forward. If you consider my experience at CES 2015 like a temperature-taking thermometer, then the connected smart home is poised to heat up like summertime asphalt. Even the home LED lighting market has gotten so aggressive, leading Samsung to call it quits due to diminishing profits.
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CES 2014 hasn’t even started yet, and the smart home is already the star of the show (ok, maybe next to 4K Ultra High Def TV). In fact, there seems to be a sort of scrambling going on as companies compete to be the platform for your home in this burgeoning marketplace. Here is what we have seen in just the last 24 hours:
This year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off for the press tomorrow night. While we’ve traditionally seen a lot of “connected” and “smart home” talk at the CEDIA Expo (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association), never have we seen this much talk about smart home technology–outside of the media room that is–at CES. Everyone from appliance makers to startups to alarm companies to traditional consumer electronics manufacturers are getting in on the action, with the most recent announcement tonight coming from Samsung.
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