The Top 3 Most Intriguing Smart Home Technologies in 2018

In case you haven’t been paying attention, incredible new smart home technology systems have been coming at us in waves over the last few years. In fact, their arrivals are so fast and furious that it can be hard to keep track of them all.

Which Will Be the Most Popular Smart Home Trends Next Year?

Over the past few years, smart home technology has advanced considerably so it’s exciting to see how it will develop in the next 12 months. An article in has highlighted some of the top smart home trends for 2018. Not surprisingly one of the top trends is still security and is often cited as […]

eyeSight Technologies announces new technology for interacting with smart home devices

Computer vision company eyeSight Technologies said it has been awarded two new patents that could one day become a mainstay of smart home devices and systems.

4 Surprising Benefits of Smart Home Tech

It’s 2017. Smart home technology isn’t exactly new at this point, but we’re still discovering new benefits beyond what the product packaging describes.

5 Quality Smart Home Gadgets for Techies on a Budget

News outlets and industry experts have predicted the “Year of the Smart Home” for the past several years, but this year has been the most promising by far.

Smart home tech isn’t just for newer buildings

As well as traditional amenities like storage space, fitness centers, pools and rooftop gardens, some tenants are embracing smart home technology to help their properties stand out.

Dwelo lands $4.9M to automate smart rental properties

With that in mind, a new startup called Dwelo is helping to solve this problem. The company, which recently landed $4.9 million in funding from Peterson Ventures, sells a simple smart apartment system that connects

Axius teams up with property developers to pre-integrate its smart home solution

Smart home management company Axius has announced it’s teaming up with property managers and building developers to build smart homes “from the ground up”.

Complete Apartment Buildings May Have Smart Home Services

It is continually being confirmed by industry reports that people and particularly Millennials are becoming more interested in living in smart homes and the smart home devices industry is predicted to be worth $53 billion by 2022.

How smart home features add value to your property

Homeowners can boost the value of their properties by up to five percent by adding smart home features. For a $300,000 home, that can add around $15,000 to its value – no small change.

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