Big Plans for Lowe’s New Home Smart Hub

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November 19, 2015

Fortune magazine reports that Lowe’s “is giving its Iris home automation hub a facelift, reducing the price, and expanding its capabilities.”

The improvements let people automate their lights, locks, cameras, and even pet doors.

Mick Koster, who leads Lowe’s Iris home systems, told Fortune that the chain wants to rebrand “from a home improvement retailer to a home improvement company.”

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