When it comes to smart lights, one of the most widely known has been Signify’s, Philips Hue. Since first being introduced in 2012, Philips Hue has grown from just a few bulbs to a whole ecosystem of lights, switches and more.
August and Yale have announced a new partnership with Signify’s Philips Hue to connect your smart lights and smart lock together.
Philips Hue has been one of the more popular smart home systems and if you’re like, then you’ve decked out your room or house with Hue bulbs.
As 2019 has come to a close, it’s time to look back at some of my favourite things, gadgets and so forth from the 2010s.
Signify has announced a new way to sync your Philips Hue lights with your TV with the new Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) has announced at CES 2019, the ability to use voice commands with the Google Assistant to activate sleep and wake light effects.
One of the more popular smart home lighting systems is Philips Hue. The nice thing about Philips Hue is that they don’t just offer regular bulbs, they offer a variety of bulbs to choose from.
IKEA, the Swedish company that’s known for affordable furniture that frustrates customers while they’re building them, has introduced a new smart lighting system.