All In CES Finds
CES 2019 Smart Home Finds: A new Rachio competitor, an AI-driven camera “police have been asking for,” IAQ and lighting solutions for wellness, and a self-learning home automation systems that hit every buzzword in the IoT playbook.
Andrew Nichols · November 09, 2018
CES 2018: Smart watch speaks Braille, Loctek has people biking while working, Guardian shuts off water valve, Bite Helper soothes, Qarnot is not.
Julie Jacobson · January 18, 2018
A roundup of CES 2018 day 3 tweets that mirror the most intriguing and literally direction-setting technologies: these tweets focus on the future of transportation technology.
CE Pro Editors · January 12, 2018
CE Pro’s Julie Jacobson has some advice on last-minute CES 2018 things to see and hear in IoT, audio, video, indoor air quality and home automation.
Julie Jacobson · January 12, 2018
A roundup of CES 2018 day 2 tweets that summarizes all of the consumer electronics news that somehow forged its way through the #CESBlackout darkness.
CE Pro Editors · January 11, 2018
CE Pro’s Julie Jacobson thinks she picked some real winners — especially in the smart home and IoT categories, and especially in the Eureka Park start-up zone — even before CES 2018 began.
Julie Jacobson · January 10, 2018
Modern-day IoT devices might prevent fires like the recent Bronx apartment blaze, or at least mitigate the spread of flames and loss of life. Multiple life-saving home smart-home devices debut at CES 2018.
Julie Jacobson · January 05, 2018
CE Pro’s Julie Jacobson presents the Ultimate Preview of CES 2018 in 91 pages of Powerpoint slides, with products, trends, links and insights on home automation, A/V, IoT, energy, lighting, AI, security, networking and related smart-home categories.
Julie Jacobson · January 04, 2018
Under the category of IoT things you might have missed at CES 2018: Lifedoor closes the door when the smoke detector rings. Mitipi plays back music and lighting when you’re away. And more …
Julie Jacobson · December 13, 2017
CES 2018 Innovation Awards include usual smart-home winners like Nest, Ring and Arlo, but also interesting newbies boasting AI, security, home automation, lighting control and more. Will they make it?
Julie Jacobson · November 24, 2017