Tuesday, September 19, 2017

SF startup introduces a cheaper smart lock, at $149

Brad Russell, a senior analyst with the research firm Parks Associates, said only about 7 percent of U.S. homes with broadband Internet service have installed Internet-connected door locks. Devices like connected thermostats and security cameras are more popular.

However, smart locks have become more popular in the past two years because professional home security services like ADT, Comcast Xfinity Home and Vivint are increasingly offering products like August locks, Russell said.

From the article "SF startup introduces a cheaper smart lock, at $149" by Benny Evangelista.
 

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