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Top Home Tech News from 2014, and What to Look Forward to in 2015

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International CES, held every January in Las Vegas, is more than a tradeshow: It's a cultural phenomenon in which consumers, press, and companies converge to learn about the newest technology that will shape our lives. Stay tuned all week as Dwell reports from CES, and in the meantime, take a look at our top home tech picks since last year's show.

Aros air conditioner by Quirky and GE,...
Wireless AC750 Dual Band Cloud Router by D-Link,...
San Souci with Touchless toilet technology by Kohler,...
Smart Booo is also magnetic and it comes in different colors and finishes—matte and glaze.
Loop by Libratone,...
Besides iOS 8 and iPhone integration, August is compatible with Android devices, as well.
The Food Cycler by Food Cycle Science,...
The scale will handle up to 11 pounds of foodstuffs. The top is glass, so it can be wiped down clean after weigh-ins.
This understated ceiling fan from Big Ass Fans is injected with circuitry that makes it nearly autonomous.
The familiar thermostat design can be used without the app, as well.
While the ultraviolet disinfection technology may not be a necessity, keeping a humidifier clean is vital.
Fx 491 induction cooktop by Gaggenau,...
For now, the sensors can only detect temperature changes, humidity fluctuations, and the presence of nearby water, so a...
The cup's 13-ounce interior tracks your consumption and issues suggestions accordingly—for example, once you input your...
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