Consumers increasingly interested in outdoor products that are compatible with smart technologies, a trend aided by expanded offerings of "smart" outdoor living options. Such products include: grills and other cooking appliances that allow users to control temperatures, timers, and other features.
Daily routines just got easier thanks to Smart Mirror’s voice and touch screen capabilities, allowing consumers to check the morning traffic with Google Voice Assistant, catch the latest beauty vlogs on YouTube, browse social media feeds, get updates on breaking news and much more.
Market revenue for DIY standalone network security cameras is expected to rise by 80 percent from 2019 through 2024. Worldwide revenue for such cameras, which represent a pillar of most smart home ecosystems, is set to soar to $3.6 billion in 2024, up from $2 billion in 2019.
WowWee is entering a new category with its child-interactive product lines: dental care, with a smart toothbrush designed to encourage children to brush twice a day
Westinghouse Electronics announced the launch of its new line of monitors that includes four Home Office models as well as two Flat and three Curved Gaming monitors, including models with Full HD, QHD, and UHD resolution capabilities.
The Brooklyn-based company closed a $6 million seed round following a presale campaign on Indiegogo that exceeded $1.7 million for the company’s flagship “people compass.” LynQ plans to use these funds to grow its team and proprietary network architecture.
What stands out about the Nixplay line-up of Smart Photo Frames is the line’s look, elegant and unassuming, and the frames can fit any decor style and mesh well with the surrounding interior.
The Z-Wave Pavilion featured several of the world’s leading smart home and IoT manufacturers committed to expanding and supporting the Z-Wave technology.