How will the players in the smart-home industry make it easier for consumers to buy in? We'll be exploring that topic and others at our upcoming panel during CES 2015.
Hackers can break into iPhones and iPads with bad apps, Quirky and GE make it more affordable to have a smart home, and Instagram lets you edit your mistakes.
The New York startup and the industrial conglomerate want to get your attention with new connected-home products, adding smarts to light switches, doors and wall outlets.
The landscape of lighting is changing rapidly. Here's everything you'll need to know to keep up.
GE continues its efforts to refocus its portfolio toward its heavy-industry businesses and away from lower-margin consumer devices.
GE's microfactory, FirstBuild, teams with the AllSeen Alliance to bring its innovative approach to appliances to the Internet of things.
A new oven technology from GE's FirstBuild factory will allow you to scan barcodes of prepackaged foods to automatically set cooking times and temperatures.
FirstBuild's new technology lets you scan the barcode of prepackaged food to set times and temps automatically.
A lower profile and smarter mechanics make this retooled disposer safer and more efficient.
GE's FirstBuild microfactory is the first to unveil a drawer-style oven door.
GE's FirstBuild factory is rethinking a classic. Its new kitchen sink disposer will be smaller and promises to be more efficient and safer with the help of clever design.
Streamline your cooking routine with this reconstructed GE electric double oven range.
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