connected devices

  • Wink’s Connected Home Collection Arrives At Home Depot

    Wink’s Connected Home Collection Arrives At Home Depot

    Everyone’s gunning to be the platform for your smart home, including Apple and Google, but Quirky spin-off startup Wink has its range in stores as of today at The Home Depot, giving it access to a market of average consumers. The Wink platform is basically a central hub for devices from manufacturers, including Dropcam, Honeywell, Quirky, Schalge, Kwikset, Honeywell and more, giving users… Read More

  • Home Alone?

    Home Alone?

    Connected devices company Nest, now owned by Google, has been lauded — mostly, it must be said, by the tech press — for turning its attention to upgrading the utilitarian devices in your home. But perhaps utilitarian is a benefit if smart ends up being a euphemism for ‘displays advertising’. Read More

  • Long-Delayed Connected Device Tile Finally Starts Shipping

    Long-Delayed Connected Device Tile Finally Starts Shipping

    The Bluetooth-powered lost item finder called Tile, which last summer raised $2.6 million via crowdfunding, has finally begun shipping, the company now claims. Early backers may be a bit skeptical, given the delays the company experienced since raising a significant round of funding many months ago, then not being able to deliver in a timely manner. But over the Memorial Day holiday here in… Read More

  • Evernote CEO Details His Company’s Plans For A Wearable Future

    Evernote CEO Details His Company’s Plans For A Wearable Future

    There’s a conundrum facing software developers these days: Wearable tech is clearly an area of keen interest among consumers and industry watchers, but how to prepare for mass market adoption in this nascent space? There are still so many variables, so much left up in the air, that it’s hard to pick any areas of investment with guaranteed return on investment. But Evernote CEO… Read More