Smart Home Staging and How It Affects Both Sellers and Buyers

Staging a home to sell it is certainly nothing new and sellers are often advised by their real estate agent to carry out some simple upgrades, perhaps repainting a room or two, or renting some nice looking furniture. However these days  home staging is changing and according to an article in the Boston Globe, sellers

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How Age and Gender Affect Interest in Smart Home Technology

According to an article in siliconangle.com, the market for smart home appliances is anticipated to reach $38.35 billion by 2020, but a recent report shows a real gap between knowledge of these products and using them every day. The National Smart Home Survey asked participants about their awareness with regards to smart home technology uses

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Introducing a Smart Home Hub That Lets You Control Your Data

Ali Jelveh sees the potential in smart home technology, but he worries that although consumers are attracted to the conveniences and benefits such gadgets offer, they’re not paying nearly enough attention to the security risks of having a connected home.

Increasing Numbers of Smart Home Owners Using Voice Control

According to a report in the Luxury Daily, people with smart home devices are also highly likely to use voice recognition technology, enhancing the use of mobile applications for controlling these devices. Interest in the use of smart home technology and devices is increasing and 64% of owners who have smart home products will also

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Using Smart Technology to Protect Your Home

Although for many of us the idea of owning a smart home may seem to be a little futuristic, a blog for Allstate Canada has pointed out that smart technology has the ability to make a home safer and to make it easier for a homeowner to look after and that it is worth looking

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Smart Phones More Vulnerable to Hacking

These days it is becoming increasingly common to find smartphones controlling many home functions, including security systems and your TV. Even your thermostat can ‘learn’ your preferences on heating and cooling and can adjust the temperature according to the weather. It’s possible for some homes to be unlocked with a fingerprint, and according to the

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Some Common Problems with Your Smartphones

We all love the fresh smell and smooth feel of a brand new phone. Its scratch-less screen and thin streamline body sits snuggled in your hand whilst you contemplate whether or not to take off the protective screen cover.

The Ascendancy of Smart Homes & the Gold Mine Underneath

Juniper Research just released a report that projects the so-called “smart home” market to reach $60 billion by 2017. Powered by the trends in smart entertainment, monitoring, health, and smart control, the fast emerging growth segment is one of the brightest spots for investment for the coming years and months.

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