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IBS/KBIS 2016: Day 2 Product Finds
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IBS/KBIS 2016: Day 2 Product Finds

Our editors are still at it! Here's what they found on the floor of the year's... Read more

Five Smart Products to Create the Home of the Future Today
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Five Smart Products to Create the Home of the Future Today

New introductions from CEDIA highlight exciting connected tech possibilities for... Read more

Stay Dry with Digital Alerts from the Virtual Water Assistant
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Stay Dry with Digital Alerts from the Virtual Water Assistant

Homeowners and their plumbers can receive alerts when the home's water management... Read more

Can Your Home Be Hacked?
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Can Your Home Be Hacked?

Your home is smart, but digital criminals may get smarter. Here's what you need to... Read more

Three New Products to Get Your Projects Connected
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Three New Products to Get Your Projects Connected

iDevices, Chamberlain, and Schlage are all introducing new products that work on... Read more

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7 Mom-Approved Products for Your Next Remodel 7 Mom-Approved Products for Your Next Remodel

Whether she's a master chef or spa connoisseur, build the perfect space for the mom on your client list. Read more

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Could Driverless Cars Change How You Design Homes?
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Could Driverless Cars Change How You Design Homes?

Conceptual technology for the future of autonomous driving could help with... Read more

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Product Trend Chatter Builds in Run-Up to IBS/KBIS

Industry experts take to Twitter to share their insights on product trends and new introductions at this week's International Builders' Show and Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. Read more

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7 Intriguing Home Technology Products From CES 2014 7 Intriguing Home Technology Products From CES 2014

From itty-bitty sensors and processors to a refrigerator you can text with, the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show had plenty of fresh ideas Read more

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Luxury Home Buyers Would Trade Space for Amenities, Survey Finds

Ninety-four percent of luxury home buyers would give up 1,000 square feet of living space in their next home if they could get such tradeouts as living in a better neighborhood or getting a shorter commute, a new survey finds. Read more

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