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10 Smart-Home Products

Saturday, December 13th, 2014 at 1:56pm. 82 Views, 0 Comments.

The number of homeowners who install smart devices in their homes is set to swell as more “Internet of Things” technologies like smart thermostats and furniture hit the market.

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) expects unit sales of such devices to reach 20.7 million in 2014, with that number jumping to 35.9 million by 2017.

Thirteen percent of broadband households already own at least one smart-home gadget, according to a survey released by the trade group in October.

Consumers are keen on smart lights and smart thermostats, while smart door locks, smoke detectors and garage door openers are popular gifts, the survey found.

Entrepreneurs showed off some of the latest products to join the smart-home tech family at…

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Save Energy with Nest Thermostat

Saturday, August 30th, 2014 at 2:54pm. 203 Views, 0 Comments.

Nest has added smoke and carbon monoxide tech to its line up.  In addition to the Nest learning thermostat... you can save energy while feeding your tech addiction.

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Need for Breeze?

Saturday, August 30th, 2014 at 2:48pm. 168 Views, 0 Comments.

Look no further than www.bigassfans.com for a cool selection of fans for home or your work environment.  Many of the designs now also work with your Nest thermostat.

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Green Apps for Your Home

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012 at 6:03pm. 434 Views, 0 Comments.

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Many products claim to be green, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re eco-friendly. GoodGuide uses your phone’s camera to scan bar codes, then gives you the real green info on that product from the app’s database, which contains more than 90,000 products. Whether you’re shopping for appliances, cleaning products, food, and other items for your home, GoodGuide gives you a rating on that product’s impact on your health, environment, and community.  Read more:

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Help lower your monthly bills by identifying how much energy your appliances use. Set your profile by identifying the square footage of your house, the typical temperature inside your home, how many people live there, and the cost per kilowatt hour in your…

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