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Comic: Siri @Home

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Siri @Home

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Automate your holiday lights with Siri and HomeKit!

Bring your Christmas lights into this century with the help of Siri and HomeKit! If you decorate your home for the holidays, you can make things a little more futuristic and a lot more interesting by adding some HomeKit enabled devices to the mix.

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Hello, dream home! KB Home announces HomeKit-enabled San Jose properties

Homebuilding company KB Home just announced they're building a set of properties in San Jose, California that will sport a smart home package filled to the brim with HomeKit-enabled accessories.

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5 fantastic tech gifts for guys!

Wondering what the hell you're gonna get that tech-obsessed guy in your life? Breathe in and out — we're here to help. We've got five ideas that are sure to please.

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Best Holiday Gifts for Any Smart Home Setup!

If you have someone on your holiday list who's getting into home automation, these smart home gifts are sure to please!

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7 things you should be doing with your Hue lights

Got some Hue lights in your smart home? Here are seven things you can do to take things to the next level!

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Philips Hue Motion Sensor: Putting the auto in home automation

The Philips Hue Motion Sensor takes home automation to the next level. No need to pull out your phone, push a button, talk to Siri, etc. — your motion is all that's required!

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Elgato launches HomeKit-enabled Eve Light Switch

Elgato just released the Eve Light Switch, a HomeKit-enabled Bluetooth LE single pole switch that'll run you $49.95.

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Save $36 on this HomeKit-enabled Smart Lock today!

Right now you can save $36 on the HomeKit-enabled August Smart Lock, dropping the price to just $194.

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The internet of *secure* things

Apple expects over 100 secure HomeKit-compatible products to be on the market by the end of this year.

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