D-Link just introduced a new product at-- a Smart Alarm Detector (pictured above) that's supposed to pick up on the frequencies used by standard smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and send you an alert if it senses a potential problem.
But that isn't the only news coming from D-Link today. The router and smart home accessories company is also rolling out its own IFTTT channel by the end of March.
IFTTT, a mobile- and Web-based service that connects devices from different manufacturers that wouldn't otherwise work together, has been gaining momentum as brands such as Nest, Honeywell, SmartThings, Belkin and others have announced IFTTT integrations.
D-Link's channel should link a variety of smart home products from the "mydlink" lineup, including the mydlink Wi-Fi Smart Plug, Wi-Fi Water Sensor, Wi-Fi Siren, Wi-Fi Motion Sensor, as well as the all-new Smart Alarm Detector.
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