All In Lowes
Former DIY smart home darling Wink reverses course and requires users to pay $5 per month or their systems will be disabled by May 31.
Jason Knott · May 08, 2020
On March 31, Lowe’s will shut down its Iris smart home platform after failing to find a buyer. Customers will be reimbursed for certain devices.
Steve Karantzoulidis · February 06, 2019
Lowe’s to exit ‘under-performing, non-core’ home automation business by finding a buyer for its Iris Smart Home business.
Jason Knott · November 26, 2018
Qualified professionals for smart-home and other housing projects are easy to find. Consumers will shed their DIY inclinations and hire contractors instead.
Julie Jacobson · October 26, 2017
Lowe’s Vision app uses Google Tango technology to help customers visualize new products in their home. It’s augmented reality for the home improvement market.
Chelsea Cafiero · November 16, 2016
Today: Buy this hub, build a smart home. Try: You know all those smart devices you already bought? Buy this hub to connect them together.
Julie Jacobson · January 16, 2016