Now You Know You Know
Unexpected movement downstairs? Parts of the house getting unusually warm? Realize that you’ve accidentally left an appliance on after you’ve left house? With SmartThings (and these clever ads from the UK…), you can rest easy by always knowing if everything is okay at home. Read More
Highlights of What’s New & Improved
Earlier this month, Reviewed.com talked with SmartThings CEO Alex Hawkinson to hear about the new SmartThings Hub, lineup of sensors, and app experience. Here’s a rundown of what’s new and improved Read More
Early 1990s Internet Commercial
Soak it in. Have a good laugh. You’ll have the same reaction in a few decades when looking back on how we talk about the Internet of Things in 2015. Read More
Jeff Hagins on SmartThings’ Beginnings
SmartThings’ CTO, Jeff Hagins, stepped on stage at this week’s Startup Grind conference to tell the story of how a personal disaster sparked the idea for SmartThings just three years ago, how it’s evolved, and how far it still has to go. Read More
Predicting the Future–In 1967
If you’re into sci-fi, Asimov, or even transhumanism, chances are you’re going to be in to this. Read More
The Smart Home of the Future
As we continue to expand the many ways you can use SmartThings today, we wanted to offer you a glimpse into the SmartThings home of tomorrow. Here are just a few of the exciting things we’re working on delivering in the near future.
Get ready to experience life like never before.
[VIDEO] 2015 CES Opening Keynote Address
In case you missed it last night, SmartThings CEO, Alex Hawkinson, joined Samsung Electronics’ President and CEO, BK Yoon, on stage to deliver the opening keynote address that officially started the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show.
You can watch the full presentation below (Hawkinson enters at 29:15).
And for a full recap of what Hawkinson announced, check out our coverage from the event last night.
[VIDEO] Inside the SmartThings-Powered Samsung Smart Home
Among the highlights of this year’s Samsung Developer’s Conference were the virtual reality displays; a live demo showing how SmartThings’ Hello, Home feature can integrate with the forthcoming Galaxy Gear S watch through voice recognition; and a 1720-square-foot smart home built in the center of the Moscone Center. Read More
[VIDEO] SmartThings & The Galaxy Gear S Watch
As part of his keynote speech today at the Samsung Developer Conference, SmartThings CEO Alex Hawkinson did a live demo to introduce how SmartThings works to the 4,500 people in attendance. At the end, he showed off how SmartThings’ Hello, Home feature can integrate with the forthcoming Galaxy Gear S watch through voice recognition.
Check it out: