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    SmartThings: Make Your World Smarter - Kickstarter Project Video

    Published on Oct 14, 2012

    Watch the SmartThings Kickstarter project video.

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    SmartThings and Instacube are now officially a thing.

    Published on Sep 5, 2012

    "The integration of SmartThing's cloud-based platform with Instacube's Android-based system delivers the intelligence of SmartThing's capabilities to consumers via Instacube's simple and elegant UI."

    Instacube and SmartThings announced a unique partnership between their two Kickstarter campaigns, both of which are just 2 weeks old and have already raised six figures each. Instacube, with its unique digital photo viewing technology, will integrate with the SmartThing's platform in order to give the user the ability to not only view the lives of the people they love, but sense and control the world around them.

    The companies plan on working together to merge the benefits of SmartThings' SmartApps technology and Instacube's simple, connected Wi-Fi display. Instacube will provide an alternative interface for SmartThings notifications and apps, and in return, SmartThings will increase the functionality of Instacube.

    "Instacube: A Living Canvas for your Instagram Photos" on Kickstarter:

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    Hello, Smart Home - Part 1



    Hello, Smart Home - Part 2

    Published on Dec 5, 2013

    You spend a lot of time with your home. Isn't it about time it got to know you?

    To create a smart home using your smartphone and get the everyday objects around you to do what you want, visit http://SmartThings.com.


    The Smart Things House at CES 2014

    Published on Jan 13, 2014

    Sure, we had to hop in a cab and take a rather expensive ride out into the boonies. But we had no option -- SmartThings had no official presence on the CES floor. Thankfully, the 45 minutes we spent in transit were not wasted. The company rented a rather opulent McMansion far from the strip and tricked it out with sensors, connected light bulbs, smart locks and cameras. It looked like the sort of place that was probably used as the set in a porn at some point, but on this day it was the location of a rather impressive connected home demo meant to showcase its new Labs program.
    Read on here:
    "SmartThings shows off the ridiculous possibilities of its connected home system"

    by Terrence O'Brien
    January 11, 2014

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    Wouldn't it be smart if... you could sense a leak before it got out of hand?

    Published on Jan 27, 2014

    Wouldn't it be smart if you could sense a leak before it got out of hand? Well you can. It all starts with the SmartThings Hub. Just plug in the hub, place one of the included moisture sensors on the basement floor, and download the It's Leaking SmartApp from the SmartThings mobile platform. That's it. Your life just got smart.

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    Installing SmartSense Motion and Multi Sensors

    Published on Jan 30, 2014

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    SmartThings Demo at the Washington Post

    Published on Mar 25, 2014

    SmartThings CEO Alex Hawkinson at the All Things Connected forum

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