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Its success depends on developers making great software and devices, and Apple being able to convince users that those devices are not just worthwhile, but secure.
Apple has added a list of rules about how developers can use HealthKit, HomeKit, and keyboard data. And those rules could help it win over consumers.
Even if you've never head of sous vide before, you'll like how easy the Anova is to use and how delicious its recipes are.
It looks like the Nest, but instead of learning your habits, Lyric just tracks your phone's location.
You might be able to soon tell Siri to open the garage door—assuming a new rumor is accurate, anyway.
Sure, sure, you want a clean house. You try. You can handle the immediate mess when you see it; it’s just hard to keep up with on a regular basis. These apps can help you keep everything orderly.
You can't be a player in the Internet of Things without things, preferably really nice things. But Google's a data company, never forget.
Will Google's $3.2 billion investment in the Internet of Things market have privacy implications for Nest's customers? Nest, naturally, says no.
This app-paired sensor gives helpful notifications when your kid strays too far.
This wrist-worn mobile phone and smart locator can help parents know where their kids are, including push notifications when they arrive home safe.
How is your loyal pet feeling? The Voyce pet monitor can give you an idea.
Cook your meals low and slow on the go with Belkin's smartphone-controlled crockpot.
After conquering the thermostat, Nest Labs now wants to make smoke alarms intelligent.