Eufy recently introduced two budget home security camera options: the Indoor Cam 2K at $39.99 USD and the Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt for $49.99 USD. I picked up both during their presale event in April for $25.99 and $36.99 respectively because they were advertised to work with HomeKit. This was a bit of a gamble at the time. If it panned out, I’d end up with the most affordable HomeKit cameras to date.
Adding the Disney Stories Skill on Alexa has made the Echo Show a place where we can listen to awesome Disney Stories!
You can start a Video Call to your special friend or family with one tap on your Android Mobile Phone or Tablet. You can use Google Accessibility Action Block App …
Review of the Govee Dreamcolor RGBIC LED Strip Lights H61631A1
DreamColor LED Strip Lights: Govee 16.4ft WiFi Wireless Smart Light Strip Works with Alexa Google Assistant App Control for Room Bedroom Kitchen Outdoors Music Sync Waterproof
I received a newsletter from mydlink Home. They are discontinuing IFTTT services for mydlink Home Devices on December 1, 2020. So, if you’re using IFTTT services with your mydlink Home devices, the IFTTT applet for mydlink Home will only work until November 30, 2020.
The Yeedi K600 (or K602G) Robot Vacuum Cleaner has been in our house for over a month now. The K600 has been cleaning our basement and rooms. The Yeedi has been put through its paces on the carpet, hardwood, tile, and rugs of different thicknesses. I have even put it under furniture to see how it responds. I have been comparing it to our tried and true veteran iRobot Roomba 600 series vacuum cleaner which has been in our house for at least 10 years (our first one). I’m hoping that the Yeedi K600 is a good Robo-vac for your home. Let’s get started on the Yeedi K600/K602G Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review. I took a ton of pictures of the Yeedi K600 in action too.
Beyond the management of your Nest devices, the Starling hub exposes very useful features such as motion, temperature, and home occupancy sensors you can utilize for HomeKit automation.
IFTTT – IF This Then That, has been integral in making all your automation dreams come true. Want to build a spreadsheet that tracks your spending habits? You can use IFTTT to do that. Do you want to get a text whenever the International Space Station is flying overhead… you can do that with IFTTT. Want to get a log of all your Utility Payments – You can use IFTTT to log all of that too! However, with all the services you can connect with IFTTT, there are a ton that has been removed over the past couple of years. We’re going to go over some (well a more than some) of them in this article that are no longer supported with IFTTT. It does not mean the service itself is inactive: