6 Ways To Automate Your Smart Home With Useful Gadgets

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Upgrading and equipping your home with the right technology or gadgets can be a fun-filled task. But getting the relevant technology and the right gadgets for your home is more about getting your family and property safe is more of a responsibility than a matter of entertainment. To achieve this, it is not at all necessary that you have to spend a lot of your time and money on buying stuff that you don’t want. Security gadgets and equipment are very easy to install if you’re doing this on your own, while some equipment might require you to hire a professional hand. In any case, you have the technology to come to your aid and add security and change to your home for the greater good. There are a few more ways that can help you get the security you want to ease up your life: Continue reading

The Drill Down 344: Bending the Rules (preview)

iphone6-bendThis week, Apple goes mum, gets bent, and drops the beat. What’s in the future for Oracle?, Alibaba says “Open Sesame” to an IPO, and Blizzard puts the freeze on their next MMO.

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The Drill Down 339: Ice Ice Baby (preview)

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This week, Steve Ballmer says goodbye to Microsoft, Tesla puts their money where their cars are, Google gets ready to welcome kids, YouTube plans a subscription service, and the internet gets cold and wet for charity.

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The Drill Down 332: Google I/O 2014 (preview)

google-cardboardThis week, is your cellphone safe from unwarranted searches?, a new ruling on mobile rebroadcasting of over-the-air video, another major player enters the smart home market, a late-night show on Netflix? and all the best from Google’s I/O developer conference.

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How to have a Smart Home: Savvy Tech Homes

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The following is a guest post.

We’ve all heard of “smart” phones. Even smart TVs. But what about a smart home? What would that look like? Would it be filled with the latest technology? Would it help you save money? The answer to both questions is “yes.” Let’s have a look at some technology available right now that can turn your house into a smart home. Continue reading