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home-automation

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  • According to ABI, a technology research firm, 1.8 million home-automation systems had been shipped world-wide as of last year.

    Cutting Edge Today, Passé Tomorrow

  • New Jersey-based Crestron did $200 million in home-automation sales in its last fiscal year ended June 30.

    Cutting Edge Today, Passé Tomorrow

  • Apartments at The Imperial come pre-fitted with finishes like Italian marble and home-automation systems.

    Luxury Living

  • Microsoft partnered with us on the project and made available all sorts of home-automation technologies.

    10 Questions for . . . Tyler Jones, Home Builder

  • Microsoft partnered with us on the project and made available all sorts of home-automation technologies.

    10 Questions for . . . Tyler Jones, Home Builder

  • And an internal home-automation system ran the TVs, stereo and security systems from one central interface -- or an iPhone.

    This Old House, Better Than New

  • Many home-automation gadgets have long been available to people with the technical skills to set them up, or the money to pay for assistance.

    Companies Chase the Promise of High-Tech Homes

  • Fast-advancing home-automation technology in every aspect of life means one day, refrigerators and other appliances will be more efficient and interconnected to relay problems to homeowners or central repair databases.

    This Old House, Better Than New

  • For companies such as Control4, a Salt Lake City-based maker of home-automation products, the ZigBee profile means that software to automate lighting and temperature won't have to be custom-written to communicate with customers 'utilities.

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  • Other possible Bluetooth Smart devices include glucose sensors for diabetics and home-automation sensors that could, for instance, tell a phone if all the windows in the home are closed, said Suke Jawanda, chief marketing officer of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.

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