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Smartphones ... Are They Taking Over the World?


Will homes soon be powered and operated all from a smartphone? A range of home devices could soon all be controlled by a phone or tablet, from kitchen appliances to washers and dryers, lights, pools, and windows, says tech experts. Major tech companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Samsung are eyeing home technology as a booming business and are introducing a range of products for wired and automated homes. For example in May, Microsoft debuted an operating system for homes, called HomeOS, that connects smartphones, game consoles, wireless routers, home automation devices, tablets, and security cameras, all for easier access, sharing files, and syncing.

The attention to wired homes also is causing architects to take a closer look at how they design and build homes so that they can better incorporate the new gadgets, blending them into kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms, USA Today reports. For example, entertainment centers need sound systems and screens within walls.

A range of products are being developed to outfit these high-tech homes. For example, flexible displays built into kitchen appliances will be able to tell home owners the proper temperature to cook an item at or even whether something has spoiled in the refrigerator. Bossa Nova Robotics is even developing a robot maid that will be able to complete house chores while home owners are away at work. 

  

    

 

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Comments

I expect that entire homes will be smart wired in the very near future. As it is some are now partial wired that way.

Posted by Sussie Sutton, Rep for buyers, sellers, and new construction. (UTR Texas Realtors) over 1 year ago

Sheila - It really sounds like the smart phones are getting really smart. I hope I don't misplace it.   :)

Posted by Tom Arstingstall, General Contractor, Sacramento, CA - 916-765-5366 (Dry Rot and Water Damage www.tromlerconstruction.com Mobile - 916-765-5366) over 1 year ago

Sheila,

Thats cool if smart phones helps to live us more comfortable.

John

 

Posted by John Cochran, Real Estate Agent (Homebackers.com) over 1 year ago

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