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Integrator Kris Hogg Reviews Neeo Remote: It’s Great if you Understand Limitations

Longtime CEDIA integrator Kris Hogg dives into Neeo remote and home-control system, saying it’s a fine product with lots of promise if you temper expectations. Bugs with Sonos, Philips Hue, Fire TV sure to be addressed.

Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2017

Ikea Takes on Philips Hue with Smart-Home Lighting Collection

Ikea’s smart lighting range includes LED bulbs, a gateway kit with app-based control that connects to the Internet, dimming lights, and a unique remote control.

Chelsea Cafiero · April 11, 2017

Inside $45K Home Theater Donated to Christopher’s Children’s Hospice

Donated kit list for the new home theater at Christopher’s Children’s Hospice includes Crestron, Wyrestorm, QMotion, Monitor Audio and Philips Lighting.

Alice Gustafson · January 24, 2017

The Most Interesting Use of a ‘Microbot Push’ Automated Button-Presser

App developer Howie Cooperstein uses Microbot Push to press the button on a Philips Hue bridge.

Julie Jacobson · January 09, 2017

CES 2017: Chromecast Built-In Comes to Sony, JBL, Pioneer, Onkyo, More

As AV manufacturers like Harman JBL, Sony, Pioneer, Onkyo, Haier and Philips feature Chromecast built-in on their newest speakers and TVs, Samsung invents its own ‘invisible connection.’

Chelsea Cafiero · January 06, 2017

Who Knew Philips Made a 4K HDR Blu-ray Player? And Other Goodies from Capitol Sales

Denon’s DN-300Z is a ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of audio, Philips makes a 4K HDR Blu-ray player, every dealer should carry doorbell cameras in their vans … and more from distributor Capitol Sales at CEDIA 2016.

Julie Jacobson · September 19, 2016

Beyond Immersive Audio and Video: Synchronized Lighting, Motion and Smell

Syfy channel synchronizes Philips Hue lighting effects with on-screen action via clever Syfy Sync technology. IoT could push immersive entertainment into so many more dimensions.

Julie Jacobson · January 29, 2016

Study Reveals Consumers Hate Home Automation Apps

Argus Insights study shows that consumers are frustrated with the user experience of many entry-level home automation apps. ADT, Philips, Comcast and AT&T systems in particular are dissed, while Vivint and Honeywell gain better marks.

Jason Knott · January 27, 2016