More people are living longer and many want to be independent in their own homes and smart home devices may be helpful. An article in CNET.com highlights the various ways that smart devices could help seniors enjoy their retirement and to safely remain at home.
An increasing trend in the technology world is in-home technology for people with a disability to make it easier for them to go about their daily lives. After dealing with their illness, any potential disability lawyer including the long lawsuit if they were hurt due to
But out of all the smart technology that has recently hit the consumer marketplace, none seems to be as practical (or as readily available) as the multitude of smart devices for home.
The rise of the mobile app opened many new possibilities for smart home technology. From the way you manage your home’s energy and security to the way you maintain your lawn, there’s a device to change the way you do life. And these must-have smart home tech
This spring will see IKEA venture into smart home technology and an article in The Verge points out that it’s every bit as inexpensive as you’d expect. Instead, IKEA is focused on providing consumers with the best value for money with its wire free smart kit.
The rise of the mobile device has made it possible to manage many functions of your home 24/7 via special apps. Turn on lights, set your thermostat, monitor security cameras or preheat your oven, all from your smart phone.
We are captives to technological innovations. How we live our lives are immensely modified by the latest in technology, some greater than others. But regardless of the impact, we know that these technological trends are there to connect people, shape our communities, make our lives better, and revolutionize the world one innovation at a time. […]
Are voice activated or text-based commands better for smart homes?
At the moment, smart home technology encompasses a number of features designed to monitor or change conditions within the home. Now experts from Forbes Technology Council have announced their predictions as to what will be next for smart home technology.
A new survey by respected technology analyst firm Gartner Inc. of almost 10,000 homeowners in Australia, the U.S. and the U.K. shows smart home technologies are still in the early adopter phase worldwide.