On this week's episode of HomeTech: We are joined by friend of the show David Weinstein, Lutron's VP of Residential Sales. David shares his thoughts on the current state of the market including the increasing number of production builders embracing home technology, as well Lutron's continued success serving the luxury integrator.
That plus... Apple's homebuilder partnerships aim to cement HomeKit's place in the mid-market. Our thoughts on the potential ATT / Time Warner acquisition. DirecTV unveils some details on their forthcoming streaming service. Confirmation (if you needed it) that distributing 4K video is hard. And how blame for the recent spat of DDoS attacks is being misdirected.
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- Apple Wants to Get Inside Your House Before You Buy It - Bloomberg
- A Faustian Bargain: Will Builders Subsidize Smart Homes in Exchange for IoT Data? - CE Pro
- Here's what consumers might get out of a combined AT&T-Time Warner - The Verge
- It’s official: AT&T to acquire Time Warner for $85B - Fierce Cable
- AT&T’s streaming TV service will include over 100 channels for $35 per month - The Verge
- The Ugly Truth About Ultra HD and What Dealers Need to Do About It - CE Pro
- 'Smart' home devices used as weapons in website attack - BBC News
- Who Makes the IoT Things Under Attack? — Krebs on Security
- CEDIA’s Statement on DDoS Attack as it Relates to IoT - CE Pro
- Internet of Things (IoT) Scanner - BullGuard
- Tinycam Monitor
- Interview: David Weinstein - Lutron Electronics
- Case Study: How to Build, Leverage Strong Relationships with Builders - CE Pro