All In Google
Is a smart home with no spacial awareness still smart? Roomba maker iRobot doesn’t think so. The company has been collecting spacial mapping technologies and is now looking to share the data with Google, Apple or Amazon in the next couple of years.
Chelsea Cafiero · July 26, 2017
Business Management Software is a new category for 2017, with Intuit driven by its ubiquitous QuickBooks leading the way. The only custom industry market-specific solution among the top five is D-Tools.
Robert Archer · June 19, 2017
Not surprisingly, Amazon’s Alexa dominates the voice control market, followed by Apple’s Siri, Savant, Google and Comcast.
Robert Archer · June 15, 2017
We’re comparing Apple to oranges. Here’s why Apple HomePod stands apart from its supposed competitors, Amazon, Google and Sonos.
Chelsea Cafiero · June 09, 2017
Targeting Sonos and Amazon Alexa, Apple HomePod aims to reinvent home music with $349 quality voice-controlled home audio speaker that also controls all HomeKit-connected devices.
Jason Knott · June 05, 2017
Alarm.com customers can how use voice control with their Google Home to arm and disarm their security systems, unlock doors, change the temperature, turn the lights on and off, and more.
Steve Karantzoulidis · May 24, 2017
Sound United still defining sales roles, wireless platforms for Polk, Def Tech with D+M Group brands Boston Acoustics, Marantz and Denon.
Joe Palenchar · May 16, 2017
GAFA’s (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) entrance into the smart home market presents two big changes for integrators: more customers but less product revenue.
Jason Griffing · May 16, 2017
Lighting controls provider Lutron rolls out Google Assistant voice control integration for its Caseta Wireless lighting control systems; HomeWorks QS and RadioRA 2 support coming in June.
Arlen Schweiger · April 18, 2017
Yamaha’s WXAD-10 offers wireless music playback with Bluetooth and Airplay, but how does it measure up against Google’s Chromecast Audio?
Jordan O'Brien · April 12, 2017