Sensors are an easy way to make you feel a little more secure in your smart apartment, especially when it comes to arming your windows and doors. They can also provide peace of mind when it comes to leaks and air quality.
An online service helping room hunters find a place to live has drawn inspiration from dating sites to help offer reliable matches. Claiming to be the only service of its kind in the U.K., Ideal Flatmate uses algorithms to bring together…
Who needs a universal remote when you can turn the universe into a remote instead? Together with its accompanying app, Hayo turns everyday objects, surfaces, and spaces into virtual remote controls for your smart home.
Some 600 tall trees, 500 smaller trees, and 2,500 plants and shrubs will call the vertical forests home, grown from concrete pots built into the buildings’s balconies. The structures are being built in Nanjing, China.
The Home remains one of the most promising products in Google's arsenal, but it's not perfect. Fortunately, we've compiled potential workarounds and solutions for some of the more common problems you're likely to face while using the…
Dubbed the "Uber for laundromats," on-demand laundry services have been around for a few years now. In the highly competitive market, Laundrapp is hoping to clean up and is about to expand to 15 countries.
To help fight smelly public urination, Laurent Lebot of the French product studio Faltazi has designed a simple solution. The Uritrottoir, which roughly translates to "pavement urinal," is essentially an eco-friendly place to pee outside.
Packed with 15 sensors and a cutting-edge artificial intelligence system, the Rotimatic is the at-home roti maker you never knew you wanted. In minutes, the machine mixes, kneads, cooks, and flattens perfectly cooked roti.
Alexa is getting multilingual. On Tuesday, the online retail giant responsible for the popular AI assistant announced that the Alexa Voice Service (AVS) has now become available for developers in both the U.K. and Germany.
In Louisville, Kentucky, the city has launched a channel on IFTTT that can alert a number of different smart gadgets about the city's air quality. Everything from Philips Hue bulbs to a text message can help keep you safe.