Think of this week's episode as a delicious breakfast scramble. Ok, it may not be quite as satisfying as a hot plate of hash-browned potatoes adorned with a couple of fried eggs and covered in melty cheese. The best that we can offer is our own tasty trifecta of HomeTech business ramblings, new product news, and general smart home mayhem.
A few highlights from this week's show include a kitchen gadget you didn't know you needed, a high-profile bankruptcy, a less high-profile IPO, speculation on new Roku hardware, and an internet enabled 'thing' that goes bump in the night. As always we hope you enjoy the show! If you'd like to support our efforts to bring you more episodes like this one you could leave us a review on iTunes, or consider becoming a patron of HomeTech by visiting our Patreon page.
We will talk to you next week! Be sure to tune as we'll be joined by Lutron's VP of Residential sales David Weinstein for what promises to be a lively conversation!
- The Internet of Eggs
- Quirky Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Deezer files for IPO
- Deezer Music Service
- CEDIA 2015 - SnapAV adds cameras to OvrC service
- Roku 4 Coming Soon
- Kwickset announces lower cost smart lock sans keypad
- Video: Is Gesture Control still a Pipe Dream?
- The night Alexa lost her mind: How AWS outage caused Amazon Echo mayhem