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The Internet of Things podcast is back this week with a short and sweet episode featuring my husband as my guest and co-host discussing life in our smart home. He’s playing the role of a normal user as he discusses his favorite device (the Hue lights) and all he really wants his smart home to do. As a note, we couldn’t figure out the name of the product during the show that offers a button that integrates with connected services, but I finally found out the correct spelling and web site. It is called Bttn.
He also shares his thoughts on the Amazon’s Echo, which we received a few weeks back (for my review check here) and graciously asked me about what I think I’ll see at the upcoming International CES next week. And speaking of CES, tune in next week as Kevin Tofel returns as my co-host and he and I discuss what we’re seeing at CES from Las Vegas on next week’s show. We may even have a guest as the show comes back from our six-week hiatus. I missed y’all, so stay tuned for our first show back. (Yes, it does include lights.)
Host: Stacey Higginbotham
Guests: Andrew Allemann (Stacey’s husband)
- We are back from break and diving in with our favorite connected device in our home
- A common man’s perspective on the Amazon Echo
- Building an Away button for my home using Bttn.
- A few trends I expect to see at CES
PREVIOUS IoT PODCASTS:
Looking for an architecture for the internet of things? Try DNS.
Building networks that can expand and survive the internet of things, plus some tips on crowdfunding
Why the internet of things should be designed with efficiency in mind
Mother may I? Building hardware that can change with the flip of an app.
We’re already driving smart cars, so when will they be autonomous?
Everyone should be a maker. So how do we get there?
Learning lightbulbs, Logitech’s new hub and the ideal smart home owner
This may be the killer app for the smart home, plus thoughts on wearables
Let’s discuss IBM’s new block chain internet of things architecture and robots
In praise of a subscription plan on your smart home and wild Apple speculation
A peek at the Peq hub expected at Best Buy and making the trains run on time