All In KBIS
The single-unit Studio WashTower featuring LG’s Center Control intelligence & AI ThinQ technologies won over leading designers during Kitchen & Bath Industry Show’s competition.
Arlen Schweiger · February 16, 2021
Technical issues lead co-located NKBA Kitchen & Bath Industry Show and NAHB International Builders’ Show to postpone virtual exhibit booths of Feb. 9-12 events, while sessions and other programs remain accessible to attendees.
CE Pro Editors · February 10, 2021
Digital CES 2021 showcased everything from smart beds to high-tech toilets, indoor gardens, healthier indoor air quality, personal nutrition and more.
Arlen Schweiger · January 21, 2021
The National Kitchen & Bath Association, the North American authority on all things residential kitchen and bath, announced registration for the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) 2021 Virtual experience is open. This year’s event is an entirely virtual format with new opportunities for both attendees and exhibitors, including an extra day of programming. KBIS Virtual is a four-day event, […]
Robert Archer · December 07, 2020
After leading InfoComm events for nearly three decades, Jason McGraw joins Emerald to oversee CEDIA Expo and KBIS.
CE Pro Editors · November 16, 2020
Savant shows tight integration with Noon smart lighting at IBS and KBIS 2020 in CEDIA Pavilion.
Julie Jacobson · January 22, 2020
New wellness-related categories are entering the smart-home channel via CEDIA Expo, showcasing IAQ, water purification, hydrotherapy, HVAC zoning and more.
Julie Jacobson · July 10, 2019
BSH opens Home Connect APIs for integrating Bosch, Thermador and Siemens smart appliances with third-party home-automation systems and culinary service providers.
Julie Jacobson · March 19, 2019
Now that CES 2019, KBIS, and IBS are all wrapped up, there are some innovative smart kitchen gadgets integrators should keep an eye on.
Andrew Nichols · March 05, 2019
KBIS/IBS 2019: The Qi wireless power standard for cellphones gets a wattage upgrade to power kitchen appliances with no cords, but prices could be steep.
Julie Jacobson · February 26, 2019