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Forbes contributor Harold Stark walks readers through the process of building the best infrastructure to support a new home. The root infrastructure required for the proper…

According to the WiFi company Eero, houses in Atlanta have an average of 9.17 connected gadgets on a network, the highest average among the nation’s largest metro areas.

At 3,300 square feet, the HGTV Smart Home in Scottsdale, Ariz., has plenty of room for cool new gadgets.

According to Phoenix’s NBC 12 News, the new home has an array of…

Energy efficiency is the norm for new homes now, but there’s still room for innovation. Kurt Dykema of Twisthink envisions a cost-effective device that not only heats a home but also generates electricity,…

Computers, phones, appliances, and all sorts of other everyday gadgets are becoming more advanced, as sophisticated hackers are well aware. This week, a data dump on WikiLeaks revealed that the CIA…

Amazon’s Alexa Voice Service and Google Home are becoming compatible with more and more smart home products, making it easier for people to operate thermostats, security monitors, entertainment centers, and…

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