Technology

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…

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…

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.

San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland are well-known giants in the STEM field. Cleveland isn’t famous in that regard, but it sure pays like it is.

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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…

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