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  • Home Depot Hackers Also Snagged 53 Million Customer Email Addresses

    Home Depot Hackers Also Snagged 53 Million Customer Email Addresses

    Remember that Home Depot hack? The one where 56 million credit cards were stolen? Of course you do. Hell — if you’re anything like me, you’re probably still in the middle of updating your various accounts to point to the replacement credit card. Alas, things are a bit worse than previously believed. Read More

  • Home Depot Hack Exposed Up To 56 Million Credit Cards

    Home Depot Hack Exposed Up To 56 Million Credit Cards

    Almost immediately after word broke that Home Depot had been hacked, security experts were noting that the breach was likely even worse than the massive Target hack that had preceded it. Sure enough, Home Depot has just confirmed the scale of the breach. All in all, as many as 56 million payment cards were potentially exposed. For comparison (though comparison seems a bit ludicrous when… Read More

  • Home Depot Investigating Potentially Massive Credit Card Breach

    Home Depot Investigating Potentially Massive Credit Card Breach

    Did you just get your credit card replaced after the Great Target Fiasco of 2013? Don’t get too used to that new card. It’s starting to look like it’s that time again. Home Depot has confirmed that it’s investigating some “unusual activity” with regards to its customer data, and the consistently spot-on Brian Krebs is saying that it’s a credit card breach. Read More

  • MakerBot Comes To Select Home Depot Stores

    MakerBot Comes To Select Home Depot Stores

    Home Depot is redefining the term DIY now that MakerBot printers and scanners are available in some retail locations. As part of a pilot program (pdf link), the 3D printers will sold and demonstrated in 12 stores throughout California, Illinois and New York. Home Depot started selling the printers on its website three months ago. The latest generation of the Replication, the new Replicator… Read More

  • 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

  • Revolv, The Missing Link For Home Automation, Comes To Home Depot Stores

    Revolv, The Missing Link For Home Automation, Comes To Home Depot Stores

    Revolv, the device that connects all your smart devices, will begin sales in selected Home Depot stores across the U.S. and on Home Depot’s website. As a reminder, Revolv could become an important piece of the so-called Internet of Things. It’s a simple $299 box that you plug in your house, and after that you can control all your smart devices from your phone and get smarter… Read More

  • Redbeacon Home Services Marketplace Launches Android App, Refocuses On Mobile

    Redbeacon Home Services Marketplace Launches Android App, Refocuses On Mobile

    Home services marketplace Redbeacon has come a long way since it’s inception at TC50. They’ve raised a total of $7.4 million, were acquired by Home Depot, and have made the difficult transition to mobile in the past five years. And today, the company is solidifying its place in the mobile realm with the launch of an Android app. Redbeacon already has an iPhone app, and of course… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Get a free CFL from Home Depot

    Who doesn’t love Home Depot? Hometown lumber yards and hardware stores for two, but besides them, no one! At least no one will not hate them after they get a free compact flouresecent bulb on Earth Day 2009. (April 22, btw) The mega home improvement chain is giving way 1 million 14-watt EcoSmart CFL. How nice of them. It’s probably a good assumption that these are first come… Read More