Home technology

It’s often said that kitchens and baths sell homes. If that’s true, The New American Home 2017 packs some serious sales ability—and wow power—with 10 baths and eight kitchens and wet bars, ranging from the sleek main…

A professor and his students at the University of Kansas School of Architecture have been awarded more than $50,000 to construct a smart housing unit that will keep its residents healthy.

When smart home technology becomes confusing and overwhelming, Amazon will literally be there to help.

The Seattle Times reports that the tech giant is rolling out Smart…

A recent survey found that 90 percent of respondents said that security is the main reason they would buy a smart-enabled home.

Sage Singleton of Redfin writes that home…

Denver’s smart city project, named Pena Station Next, is in the works. It will feature autonomous shuttles, LED street lights, Wi-Fi coverage, and a bevy of smart home technology from Panasonic.

Emerging technology is helping potential buyers get a full sense of what a new home might be like. Users can strap on a virtual reality headset and “walk” throughout a house displayed on a smartphone.…

With the goal of becoming a smart city, the local government in Louisville, Ky., is proactively pushing devices and platforms that are part of the Internet of Things.

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As technology advances, homes may start to set aside a 6x6-foot room for virtual reality entertainment and forgo a 1,000-square foot home theater.

BloombergPursuits named…

At CES 2017 last week, several manufacturers unveiled voice-activated robots that can help around around the house. Appliance giants such as Whirlpool, Samsung, and LG unveiled teched-out washers and dryers…

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