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Growing list of devices compatible with Apple’s HomeKit

Growing list of devices compatible with Apple’s HomeKit In 2015, the first HomeKit products with Apple’s MFi (“Made for iPhone”) certification went on sale or up for pre-order.More: HomeKit app shows Android users are out of luck with Apple smart-home tech Apple first big partners for its smart-home platform included Philips, Haier, and Honeywell.

You don’t need a smartphone to manage your smart home if you have Brilliant Control

You don’t need a smartphone to manage your smart home if you have Brilliant Control Suggesting that the future of smart home control will center not on any device but rather on yourself is a new startup called Brilliant.Its flagship device, Brilliant Control, is branded as a “smart lighting solution that gives anyone in the house the ability to access music, climate, and other common smart home devices with just a simple touch or voice command — no smartphone required.

Got a Pixel? You can now use it to control your smart home appliances

Got a Pixel? You can now use it to control your smart home appliances With Google Assistant on multiple platforms — such as the Google Pixel, Google Home, Android TV, and Android Wear — you would think the artificially intelligent bot would have the same features.The company also said Pixel smartphones would soon be able to control smart home appliances as well, and it looks like the update is rolling out now.

Turn Touch: This Kickstarter-backed remote control is an aesthetic and functional marvel

Turn Touch: This Kickstarter-backed remote control is an aesthetic and functional marvel Now a new Kickstarter-backed project — funded well past its initial goal of $25,000 — wants to bring a remote control that is both functional and well-crafted to the masses.His remote control is the natural extension of his coding projects which include a news reader called NewsBlur and the Internet of Things controls that integrate with the Turn Touch Remote Control.

NASA, FAA to test air traffic control tech aiming to land flights faster

NASA, FAA to test air traffic control tech aiming to land flights faster The flights testing the plane-guiding technology is one leg of the $35-billion NextGen national aviation revamp underway, according to Wired.The current air traffic control system talks pilots through the landing process while using radar data.