Episode 215 - Projects Project with Eric Hanes

On this week's episode of HomeTech Jason sits down to talk with Eric Hanes about the trials and tribulations it took to complete his home's technology and Atmos theater. 

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Episode 214 - WWDC 2018 Roundup

On this week's episode of HomeTech friend of the show Adam Justice joins us to review Apple's WWDC keynote and chat about what, if any, exciting HomeKit news came out of the conference. 

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Episode 213 - Josh Micro and the State of AI with Josh.ai's Alex Capecelatro

On this week's episode of HomeTech: We are joined by Alex Capecelatro, CEO and co-founder of Josh.ai, to discuss the latest at both his company and in the world of AI as a whole. Alex introduces us to Josh Micro, their newest product. Way more than a microphone, this powerful little device packs processing, sensors, capacitive touch control, and more into a compact form factor. Even better, Josh Micro brings the company's uniquely powerful voice control and home automation platform to new, more affordable price points. Alex also shares his unique perspective on the latest happenings in the fast-moving world of voice control and AI. 

That, plus...

  • The FBI wants you to reboot your router
  • Netgear wants you to change your password
  • iOS 11.4 finally brings AirPlay2 into the wild
  • WyzeCam puts out a $30 PTZ camera
  • D-Link's new cameras offer PTZ and 3rd-party integration
  • Google Home outpaces Amazon Echo for the first time in 2018 Q1
  • Pandora's launches a new Premium Family Plan 
  • Verizon scraps their oft-delayed streaming video service plans
  • A HomeKit accessory to make your garden hose smart
  • And more...

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Episode 212 - Updates to Our Privacy Policy

On this week's episode of HomeTech:

  • In light of their pending IPO, Sonos decides to bury the hatchet with HEOS,,, and lay off 96 employees
  • Insurance companies are hot under the collar for the smart home
  • Comcast gets in the mesh WiFi game
  • Someone is kickstarting smart Tupperware (as if you needed it) 
  • A nifty new app to scan for BlueTooth signal strength 
  • Amazon is quietly taking over the subscription video sales business
  • Best Buy's new "Total Tech Support" offering might be perfect for your parents.
  • And much more...

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Episode 211 - Revoked Tokens

On this week's episode of HomeTech: Settling the all-important "Laurel vs Yanni" debate. Plus...

  • More hints emerge about Apple's video subscription plans
  • A new standard to make mesh WiFi systems play nice with each other. Will it work?
  • Yelp is for smart homes, not just for restaurants 
  • Several major updates from DirecTV Now
  • Rumors that Microsoft will build their own Cortana smart speaker
  • Xiaomi unveils Google Assistant support
  • Your ex might be watching your Ring doorbell feed
  • Amazon rolls out "experience centers" in Lennar model homes
  • TiVo exits the hardware business  
  • Puls wants to hang your next TV for dirt cheap
  • And more...

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