Clayton Moore

Clayton Moore

Clayton Moore’s interest in technology is deeply rooted in the work of writers like Warren Ellis, Cory Doctorow and Neal Stephenson, which can occasionally be frightening. When not writing about technology or business, he’s off profiling people like Valerie Plame Wilson, David Byrne, and Neil Gaiman, among many others.

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Alexa’s Custom Interfaces hope to augment gadgets, games, and smart toys

Alexa is growing smarter again with a new feature for developers called Custom Interfaces. The feature is aimed at augmenting interactivity between users of Alexa-powered devices like Amazon's Echo and developer's newest products.
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Startup Camect is on track to deliver a private, unified smart camera hub

It's not every day you run across a crowdfunded startup that has raised nearly three times its goal but startup Camect has done just that to fund the development of a secure smart camera hub expected to launch in 2020.
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Seedo is an A.I.-driven, self-contained grow box for plants of varying legality

Automated grow boxes have always been ideal for growing plants in small spaces, but an Israeli startup called Seedo will sell you a completely enclosed grow box in which you can cultivate marijuana, among other plants.
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The eClip is an alert device to remind you not to leave your kid behind

It's a busy world out there with plenty of things to distract parents so startup Elepho created the eClip, a combination baby monitor and alert system to remind parents not to leave a child behind by accident.
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Evolving Effie ironing machine will soon get wrinkles out of pants, too

A British startup has been advertising the development of an automatic ironing system called Effie for a while, but now seems to be making a breakthrough in getting the device to dry and iron different types of clothes.
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Arlo’s smart security cams take a bite out of Apple, finally add HomeKit support

Owners of some models of Arlo's popular smart security cameras are getting a significant update this week as the device manufacturer's latest tweak adds support for Apple's HomeKit platform.