Want to know whether you should or shouldn’t back up a crowdfunding project? Check out the smart home crowdfunding watch! This week we review Swidget.
What are the oddest of the odd smart bathroom products? Let’s check out just how far home automation tech has gone in the privatest of rooms! Let’s check out the most obscure products for your bathroom right now!
Anyone who has been keeping an eye on IOT communication standards, listen up. Bluetooth is about the throw a considerable-sized hat into the ring. Now, you would be forgiven for thinking that Bluetooth has already entered the arena years ago, and in fact was one of the original standards that have been used by many smart device manufacturers
It has been a good few years now since the first smart home cameras started to infiltrate our lives, and while we have seen improvements in the resolution of these cameras and the odd bit of software tweaking, not much has changed to make them any more useful than they were when they were first introduced.
Want to purchase a new small appliance, but don’t know whether or not all those new ‘smart’ features are worth it? Let’s check out the best small smart home appliances of 2017 to help you make your purchasing choice.
Smarter is a manufacturing company that tries to break the mold. Instead of going for the same old smart home products we are used to seeing on the market, It tries to provide us with fresh new ideas that revolutionize the way we perceive smart tech. But does their Smarter Coffee Machine does its job well? Let’s find out!
Anyone searching for a mesh network in the last few year would no doubt have come across Eero. The Eero router is a neat little white box that either replaces, or sits alongside your current WiFi solution, and effectively takes over.
Smart coffee machines seem to be a long way off, but this little brewer boasts being intelligent. But is the Brewgenie Smart Coffee Maker a Smart Buy? We decided to buy one and find out. Check out what we think of the little brewer right here.
Everyone likes to be waken up by the nice aroma of freshly ground, hot coffee. Can the We-Mo supported, Mr. Coffee Wi-Fi Enabled Smart Coffee Brewer do that? We decided to get our hands on one and see what this home automation beast can do.
Ever wanted to make your toaster smarter? While the Griffin Smart Toaster still isn’t widely available on the market, there are various DIY solutions that help you turn your current toaster into an automated device. Let’s check out just how you can do so.
The Behmor Connected is a smart coffee maker aiming to enhance your coffee brewing experience. But does the smart appliance deliver what every caffeine addict dreams about? Or is it just the next piece of technology that uses the ‘smart’ hype train to trampoline its price? Let’s find out.
We are happy to announce that we’ve created our own subreddit! We would be happy if you join our ever growing community of smart home and home automation enthusiasts and share your experiences, opinions, setups, ideas, news and more!
The WWDC of June 2017 was a blast for all Apple fans, but home automation enthusiasts were most interested in the HomePod. Is the manufacturer about to become the center of your wireless home ecosystem? Let’s check out the smart home Apple envisions to be the Future.
Smart home technology is all around us, but what’s the security of Z-Wave, the wireless communications protocol that drives the inter-connectivity of your devices? The world around us is changing by the second. Innovation in wireless connectivity and the protocols that allow devices to talk to each other is what makes smart homes a reality. Home automation […]
One of the biggest issues with IOT and the range of smart home devices is security and the risk of malware. With huge worldwide infections that have effected everything from child monitors to doorbells. As the world of IOT starts to find it’s feet, security is going to be paramount to placating people’s worries and taking the industry from the peripheries, and into the mainstream
With their huge sales figures in most of the developed world, you would expect Apple to be leading, or their about’s, in the world of IOT and smart home technology. It’s not that they have ignored this area of tech, far from it in fact.
You have probably heard recently about the ransomware attack that hit over 100 countries last week, and caused havoc for many large companies including the UK’s National Health Service. This attack brought hospitals and doctor’s surgeries to their knees, cancelling operations and causing legitimate worry for a health service already under severe strain.
Amazon have been doing rather well in the home hub department of late. The original Echo was a blockbuster hit, as was it’s smaller sibling, the Echo Dot. The recent release of the Echo look (a smart camera that gives you fashion advice) is yet to prove it’s worth in the market, but from what we have seen so far, it will probably carve out a niche for itself to some degree