How many WiFi enabled devices other than your computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets do you have in your home? I have more than the average person. In addition to my 5 computing devices (iMac, Macbook Air, MBP, iPad and iPhone), I have a Boxee Box, Roku and 4 WiFi cameras setup. When I saw the […]
Belkin is announcing the launch of a new line of WiFi switches that, when paired with an iOS app for iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, allow you to control household devices from anywhere. The WeMo Switch (left) allows you to turn on/off any connected lamp or appliance over WiFi or mobile Internet. The app will also let you
Having the ability to turn your lights on and off at predetermined times can be really useful for a variety of reasons. But wiring your house for X10 and other home automation equipment can be pricy and time consuming. A simple alternative is this Automatic Wall Switch Timer which fits right over a standard wall
RedEye products and apps from ThinkFlood have allowed you to use your iOS devices as home theater remotes for a couple of years now. If you add some of their hardware connectivity products, you can even use them to control lights and appliances in your home. But why should Apple users have all the fun?
Product Requirements: Desktop: Windows PC required if you wish to use the FireCracker desktop software (optional) FireCracker 1.8meg self executing archive Remember those funny commercials for the device that would allow you to clap your hands to turn a lamp on or off? You know the jingle, “Clap on… Clap off… Clap on, Clap off.