Technology

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.

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…

Clayton Homes, a builder of manufactured housing and modular homes, announced the launch of a new division.

HousingWire reports that Clayton Home Transport will deliver…

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…

Real estate agents are using 3D cameras so prospective buyers can experience a home through virtual reality.

MarketWatch reports that a few San Francisco tech companies,…

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