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Even the most mundane technology like light bulbs and smoke detectors are connected to our smart phones. While this technology can make our lives easier, it also comes with certain drawbacks. Before you invest in a bunch of expensive gadgets, here
If you bring your white shirts under an LED bulb to see how white they are, you may not be able make any distinction, a study suggests. Most LED bulbs produce no violet or ultraviolet light which help whites look "whiter than white".
But when I spoke with Mike Watson, VP of Corporate Marketing at Cree Inc., I found myself staring in the face of one of those proverbial exceptions to the rule. Here was a product with an unequivocal environmental benefit, whose creators made a
Two British university students invented the Iota toilet , which folds in after use. Its creators claim it uses 50% less water than a stationary toilet, and is also comparatively smaller, so it can fit into tiny bathrooms...Currently the Iota is just
Israel's Oree Illumination Solutions' radical new lighting technology uses less energy, is cheaper, and takes up less space than current options...The lighting technologies of today are cool, economical, long-lasting and ecological. In a field
Lucidity Lights, a stealthy company creating better light bulbs, has raised $10.8 million from individual investors. Lucidity, which has an office in the Cambridge Innovation Center and a lab in Woburn, will use the money for development. "
Nikola Tesla's ghostly face isn't the most significant part of this photograph. It's the lightemitted by a fluorescent light bulb of Tesla's own invention. It was taken in 1894, decades before fluorescent lights came into popular use. This image isn'
The AirBulb combines a 3-watt Bluetooth speaker with a remote-controllable LED light. Image Credit: AirBulb March 29, 2014 1:33 PM Connected lightbulbs are a nice idea. But what about a connected lightbulb that's also a Bluetooth speaker? That's the
It's appropriate that the Internet of things should creep into our lives as a new kind of lightbulb, a riff on Thomas Edison's most famous electrical invention. This week, Samsung helped that transition along, joining LG and Philips in turning
Only white and cool white energy-efficient lighting, and up to 10 years (or 15,000 hours) of it per bulb. And no syncing up with your playlists or lighting up when you're smartphone rings. Related: 8 Ways the Internet of Things Will Impact Your