The Wink Hub, coming July 7, is a super-affordable way to tie together your smart-home components.
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At Quirky's model smart home in New York City, we saw the Wink Hub and all the devices it works with. Here's how appliances, lights, door locks, and more connect with the Wink app, and even interact with each other.
Wink Hub controlling a model smart home.
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Designed as Android source code, Winky allows Google Glass owners with some programming savvy to take pictures with just a wink of the eye.
Google Glass could take a photo with a wink, but it seems the high-tech specs won't go on sale until next year at the earliest.