By Robert Archer · January 14, 2019 • A newly published study from Accenture finds voice assistant tech has a 98% satisfaction rate, but consumers have concerns about the security of these products and how their personal data is stored.
By Jason Knott · January 11, 2019 • No swipes, no pushbuttons needed for smart home control with Nortek Security & Control’s Elan Intelligent Touchpanels incorporating IntelliVision facial recognition.
By Robert Archer · January 10, 2019 • At CES 2019, Samsung announced it is strengthening its presence in several growing technologies in the hopes of making Connected Living a reality.
By Robert Archer · January 7, 2019 • By sending out alerts and notifications to customers, LG's ProActive Customer Care Program seeks to remedy potential problems before they happen.
By Julie Jacobson · December 5, 2018 • CE Pro's Julie Jacobson: The custom home-technology sector invented "home automation" more than 30 years ago, but we haven't kept up with the technologies and business practices that define smart-home deployment today.
By CE Pro Editors · November 20, 2018 • By acquiring Netatmo, Legrand looks to strengthen its presence in the smart home market and improve its use of AI and voice assistants.
By Jason Knott · November 14, 2018 • Luxury Institute research shows luxury brands need to evolve in 2019. Smart home virtual reality technology among the 'new luxury' brands appealing to Millennials.
By Rodney Bosch · November 12, 2018 • For the third quarter ended Sept. 30, Alarm.com reported total revenue grew 24.3 percent to $111.8 million, up from $90 million during the same period last year.
By Andrew Nichols · November 9, 2018 • 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.
By Andrew Nichols · November 1, 2018 • John Penney of 20th Century Fox says virtual reality and artificial intelligence will change the film industry, requiring new forms of content creation to support personalized, interactive story telling.
By Security Sales & Integration · July 25, 2018 • In June, Bosch acquired a 9% stake in Israel-based AnyVision, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI)-based person- and object-recognition technology.
By Julie Jacobson · May 30, 2018 • Exploiting Whisker Labs' machine-learning heritage, the Ting IoT device plugs into any wall outlet, detecting electromagnet anomalies across the entire electrical network, and warning homeowners of potential arcs and faults that could lead to dangerous fires. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
By CE Pro Editors · May 22, 2018 • According to industry analysts, the GDPR may cause serious problems for businesses, including higher AI costs, practical limitations, and legal risks.
By Joe Palenchar · April 26, 2018 • All the big 2018 news from TCL's New York reveal: 5/6 Series 4K TVs with Roku, Dolby Vision, HD, low prices from $349; plans for Onkyo brand acquired from Gibson; and major investments in artificial intelligence (AI) for audio, video and control.
By Julie Jacobson · February 27, 2018 • Instead of accelerating an entire library of video surveillance, IC Realtime's Ella engine can create timelapse videos based on search queries.