Posts Tagged: Home Automation

Internet TV Options to Help You Cut the Cable

Smart TV's can provide thousands of viewing options.

Now that you have an antenna or a local network Internet TV provider lined up, we’ll talk about rounding out you’re your Internet TV options with the sports and other premium channels that cable used to provide.  But before we do, we should be clear on the differences between Internet Connectable and Smart TVs and what your options are if you have neither. Simply put, an Internet Connectable TV can access the Internet via your… Read more »

IoT Security: Who’s Really Responsible

With literally billions of applications and devices communicating, security on the Internet of Things is a huge issue, and identity theft is only the beginning.  Imagine someone hacking into your baby monitor and spying on your toddler  (it has happened) or someone taking control of your home automation system (yup that’s happened too). In both of these stories, the issue was with a defect in application, the home automation company didn’t password protect access and… Read more »

IoT Applications

A woman uses the Internet of Things at work,

Many Businesses are Either Making or Saving Money with IoT Applications and Devices Last time, we provided an overview of what the Internet of Things is and its amazing growth.  Now, a look at how these solutions can benefit everyone – not just investors in the industry itself. Retail: Smart shelf technology is also here!  Pick up an item from a supermarket shelf, next thing you know, you get a coupon encouraging you to buy… Read more »

Today’s Home Automation Technology Gives Hooch a Rest

Home Automation Technology and Security – For the Dogs? For centuries, home security has gone to the dogs – literally! If an intruder came close, Hooch’s bark would alert anyone in the house and the immediate neighbors and, hopefully, intimidate the intruder into retreat. The proverbial guard dog security system was relatively inexpensive – pet food, an occasional trip to the vet – but not always totally reliable. If no one was around to hear… Read more »