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Home Automation

Why people are connecting their phones to their fridges

Before you roll your eyes, you might want to consider the potential use cases for a smart, internet-connected refrigerator.

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Why you might (and might not) want an indoor security camera in your home

Having a way to keep tabs on your home while you're away can be helpful and it can provide a certain level of reassurance, but there are a couple things to consider before you buy an indoor security camera.

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Woo that special someone with HomeKit and home automation!

Put your home automation accessories to work for you this Valentine's Day by setting up scenes and geofences to woo that special someone!

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TP-Link vs WeMo vs iDevices: Making a smart decision on smart plugs

If you're new to home automation, a smart plug can be a good first step β€” a toe in the water, if you will β€” in building out your automated home. But with so many smart plugs on the market, how do you decide which to get? Allow us to help!

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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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Best wireless security cameras

When you need a security camera but don't have a plug at nearby, battery-powered security cameras are an excellent solution.

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The best way to track your sleep now helps you get there faster

Sleep sensors are common, as are sleep aids. But Sense by Hello wants to be a holistic system that does both, and with a recent update, now plays white noise to help you fall asleep faster.

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The perfect Smart Home: What our editors are using!

Interested in getting started in the world of home automation? We've rounded up the Mobile Nations editors to tell you their own favorite products to use in their own homes.

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How to use Siri with your HomeKit accessories

HomeKit devices are here, and with them comes home automation devices that can interact with Siri, Apple's voice-activated assistant. Once you've installed and connected your HomeKit device, here's how you set it up with Siri!

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The iDevices Switch gives you HomeKit-powered home automation

At CES 2015, iDevices has announced a HomeKit-enabled connected plug, called Switch. The iDevice Switch lets you schedule and control various products throughout your home with the iDevice app, and plugs right into an electrical outlet. You can manage lamps, stereos, and other appliances while at home or remotely, and the Switch itself connects to your home's Wi-Fi network.

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