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Less Than 30% of Households Know Where to Buy Smart Home Products and Services, Study Finds

A study by Parks Associate found that fewer than 30% of households know where to purchase smart home products and services.


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A study by Parks Associate found that fewer than 30% of households know where to purchase smart home products and services. Stephen Sellner · June 24, 2016

The U.S. Department of Commerce reported a dip in the number of new-home sales in May after a strong April. The decline was expected. Stephen Sellner · June 24, 2016

Roost adds the Roost Smart Water and Freeze Detector to its smart home offering to alert homeowners in the event of a water leak or frozen pipe. Stephen Sellner · June 24, 2016

Three high-profile attacks in Rio de Janeiro have prompted Brazil's government to announce security reinforcements for the Summer Olympics. The games start in August. Stephen Sellner · June 24, 2016

Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a $69.6 million plan that will equip 7,000 Los Angeles Police Department officers with body cameras, becoming the largest force to be strapped with body cameras. Stephen Sellner · June 23, 2016

Hollywood movie star and comedian Kevin Hart used his home security camera to take a picture of the man he says robbed his house. Hart then posted the photo on Instagram to see if his followers know who he is. Stephen Sellner · June 23, 2016

Select Security said the credit facility from Goldman Sachs will help fund an aggressive acquisition plan, and that the company will look different as it expands. Stephen Sellner · June 23, 2016

After rumors had been circling about a possible deal, it was announced on Thursday morning that Comcast and Xfinity Home, along with Alarm.com, had purchased parts of Icontrol. Stephen Sellner · June 23, 2016

The Duluth Police Department is asking businesses to enroll their outdoor security cameras to help investigate crime. Stephen Sellner · June 22, 2016

Built.io, a technology provider, conducted a study that found 37% of working Americans would prefer a better way to automate their work tasks than have a better sex life. Stephen Sellner · June 22, 2016




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