It's looking a lot smarter now
Belkin has added a variety of sensors to its popular WeMo line of connected home products, which already include, outlets, light switches,…
This week’s internet of things podcast featured a question about making your morning java a bit more automated.
Lightbulbs, routers and WeMo maker kits, oh my! Belkin has a lot up its sleeve at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
A glowing, plastic polar bear out to save his real-world counterparts uses real-time data and electricity consumption sensors to change people’s habits. It’s a good example of how real-time data and ambient information could influence behavior.
Using Wi-Fi for its WeMo connected home products was a smart move by Belkin. Now the company is making good on its promise to bring an official WeMo app for Android 4.0 or better devices.
Never be without power and avoid carrying a myriad of odd cables and adapters as you enjoy the summer. These multi-functional accessories provide effective charging without weighing you down or taking up half your carry-on luggage.
Belkin on Tuesday launched another set of products aimed at the internet of things. This time it released an electricity and water monitoring system that uses sensors and algorithms acquired from Zensi.
Cisco’s love affair with the home networking market appears to over. In March it will sell Linksys to Belkin and the two companies will partner to attack the home networking space together.
Connected home junkies should pay attention to a deal signed between Belkin and consumer appliance brand manager Jarden Corp. The move connects appliances like slow cookers and space heaters to the WeMo, and positions the WeMo as Belkin’s gateway for the internet of things.
You can now get everything from refrigerators to toothbrushes that will gather data on your life and suggest improvements. Just in time for the holidays, GigaOM’s gift guide of connected devices. Plus, our wish list of things that don’t yet exist, but should.
Consumer electronics heavyweight Belkin continues to launch more of its Conserve line of products that enable users to manage energy consumption in buildings. This morning Belkin unveiled its Conserve Gateway, which wirelessly connects to smart meters to deliver energy consumption information to a website.
Wires aren’t evil, but home networking technology is seeking to eradicate them anyway. For those of you who are eager to disconnect…
Within a day of Apple releasing their new line of iPods, Belkin has announced the release of 3 new iPod cases/armbands to…