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OTIS (or the Optimal Traveling Independent Space) was created by students at Green Mountai...

Students at Vermont's Green Mountain College Renewable Energy and Ecological Design class have produced an off-grid tiny house that's billed as a new take on the American Dream. While that may seem a stretch, an American Dream centered around a sustainable home with a small footprint would certainly be a step in the right direction, environmentally-speaking.  Read More

The WunderBar is made up of wireless Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)-enabled sensors which can ...

Lack of progress toward an "Internet of Things" has been attributed to a variety of factors. Indeed, enabling devices from different manufacturers to communicate in an effective and useful manner is no simple task. European start-up Relayr believes that its WunderBar, a hardware kit comprised of seven smart modules, could provide app developers with the toolbox to bring networks of interoperating gadgets closer to reality.  Read More

American web designer Alek Lisefski has recently finished building his very own tiny house...

Following in the footsteps of the Tiny Tack House and Pocket Shelter, American web designer Alek Lisefski has recently finished building his very own tiny house on wheels. After becoming tired of paying high rental costs and with the goal of owning his own home, constructing a micro and mobile house became the perfect solution for Alek and girlfriend Anjali.  Read More

Haier's Tianzun air conditioner is the first white good to gain Apple's MFi certification

Signalling that Apple's Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad (MFi) certification may be set to play a bigger role in ushering in the "Internet of Things," Haier has unveiled the first white good to be certified by the MFi program, a smart air conditioner.  Read More

The Cube 3 will reportedly retail for under US$1,000, and s targeted at families

After first catching our attention with its out-of-the-box Cubify 3D printer back in 2012, 3D Systems is again looking to make inroads beyond the hobby market with its family-oriented Cube 3. Announced at CES today, the new sub-US$1,000 unit undercuts the $1,299 price of last year's Cube 2, while also upping maximum creation size and adding a new mobile app for more convenient printing.  Read More

Keecker has launched a new home entertainment robot

CES always throws up some gadgets that are more radical and fun than most, and this year is no different. Keecker, founded by ex-Google employee Pierre Lebeau, has unveiled an all-singing, all-dancing smart robot aimed at “redefining the home entertainment and connected devices market.”  Read More

The Mother home and family monitoring device from Sen.se

Connected devices firm Sen.se has debuted Mother at CES 2014. The system, which has been named an Honoree of the 2014 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards, is a benevolent-looking Weeble-esque figure aimed at monitoring different aspects of your home and family life.  Read More

The Leaktite Big Gripper is a new take on the humble bucket, with an ergonomic design maki...

The Leaktite Big Gripper from Home Depot attempts to rethink the bucket with an an asymmetric design that, when coupled with its ergonomic handle, makes it more balanced, even when full.  Read More

Mr. Postman is a solar-powered mailbox that connects to a home network via Wi-Fi

Nowadays, it seems like we are connecting everything in our homes to Wi-Fi. Whether it's locks, lightbulbs or other appliances, people seem to like using their smartphones to control their home. Mr. Postman aims to bring that same level of connectivity to snail mail deliveries.  Read More

Revolv aims to be the one system and app to rule all home automation devices

Once you start automating your home with electronic locks, lights, switches, and other components, the list of apps on your phone suddenly proliferates, and worse, it seems like you should be able to easily link their behavior together yet can’t. After all, if you want the lights to turn off when you leave the house, shouldn’t the thermostat also turn down? The Revolv home automation system and associated smart phone app aim to simplify all the device clutter into one centralized control hub and promises easy setup, no additional support fees, and an evolving lineup of supported devices and features.  Read More

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