On this week's episode of HomeTech: Catching up on a busy week in the connected home, including: Cord-cutting Super Bowl mishaps. Expanded YouTube TV app support. Streaming options for the Winter Olympics as well as DirecTV's 4K HDR/Dolby Atmos coverage. Arlo spins off of Netgear with their own IPO. Nest rejoins Google to consolidate the company's smart home efforts. Control4's new CA-1 looks like a winner. WeMo announces a new HomeKit Bridge. Best Buy to stop selling CDs. And much more...
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- Pic of the Week - Dance Like No One is Watching
- YouTube TV now available natively on Apple TV | 9to5Mac
- Roku users get another great streaming option with the arrival of YouTube TV
- 2018 Winter Olympics: how to watch online - The Verge
- DirecTV offers on-demand 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos for Winter Olympics
- Nest is rejoining Google to better compete with Amazon and Apple - The Verge
- NETGEAR® Announces Planned Separation of its Arlo Business
- Smart home camera maker Arlo will spread its wings, leave the Netgear nest
- Control4 CA-1 Automation Controller Reviewed - ResidentialSystems.com
- Control4’s New $350 Home Automation Hub: Affordable, Powerful IoT, no A/V - CE Pro
- WeMo Bridge review: $40 adds HomeKit support to most WeMo products - Internet of Things
- Best Buy will stop CD sales as digital music continues to take over