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Smart Home Innovations We're Excited to See at CES 2015

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The behemoth that is the International CES trade show gets under way on January 6, and the buzz around the Las Vegas Convention Center is that 2015 could be the year that smart home technology tips into the mainstream. There is a concerted effort to build "ecosystems" that will help us manage multiple devices from the same platform. Belkin announced an expansion of its WeMo line of connected-home products, for instance, while Nest has added 15 companies to its Works With Nest program, which seeks to make its smart thermostat the eyes and ears of the connected home of the not-too-distant future. Here are eight smart-home innovations that we're looking forward to seeing at this year's CES.

Apple may not be exhibiting at CES this year, but it will still have remarkable reach thanks to HomeKit, a platform...
Nest is making waves at CES by announcing parnterships with 15 companies including LG, Big Ass Fans, Mercedes-Benz, and...
Samsung's CEO, BK Yoon, used his CES keynote address to discuss his company's acquisition of SmartThings, a startup...
Dado Labs has developed a user-friendly smartphone interface that helps connect users to their home appliances.
Flower Power by Parrott is a sensor that tells you, via a smartphone app, how much sunlight, moisture, and fertilizer...
Keen Home's Smart Vent lets users remotely close heating and cooling vents in unused rooms, or rooms that tend to get...
The Welcome HD smart camera by Netatmo uses advanced face-recognition technology to send an alert to a user's...
Not only does LG's new Twin Wash System allow for the simultaneous washing of two separate loads (the mini-washer is...
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