A number of emerging technologies are making their way into the home and office.

The Globe and Mail looks at some of the big ones.


Home security systems are being programmed to detect threats from remote attackers Source: Globe and Metro article A few years ago, a software firm called Kaspersky Labs began selling a series of home security systems.

In some of its systems, the software could read your home’s built-in smart thermostat and automatically activate a code when the temperature reaches the threshold for turning it on.

The software could also monitor your home for changes in the humidity, air pressure, temperature and other variables that could make it more difficult to control the thermostatic function.

These systems could also scan for the presence of viruses, spyware and other unwanted software.

A year ago, Kasperski Labs said it was selling two of its home security products: one for $1,200 and one for more than $3,000.

The company has since added a third, called a Security Essentials.

The new devices come in two flavors: one that monitors the temperature in your home and another that monitors other aspects of the home, such as its lighting and electrical systems.

They are designed to be more sensitive to intrusions.

Kaspersk’s home security software can be downloaded from Kaspersks website.

A spokesperson for the company said the software was developed to protect against malicious code.


You can now buy an inexpensive, smart home surveillance system.

Source: TechCrunch article The first such system was launched by SmartHome Systems in March.

The system, which costs about $200, uses infrared cameras that monitor a room’s temperature to help homeowners keep an eye on the water, air and the power supply.

The camera can also detect if there are children in the room.

The cameras also record how the home is moving and whether the lights are turned on or off.

The devices are meant to be used in conjunction with a smart home thermostater, which can detect when it is running low on energy and turn it back on.

SmartHome says its system is the most accurate way to detect if your home has a security breach.


You’re about to be offered a $150 smartphone app to monitor the air in your living room and make sure you’re getting the right level of humidity.

Source “It’s a pretty big deal,” said Paul Chiang, president of security software provider iSmart Security.

“They’re going to give you a device that’s going to monitor what’s in your house, what’s going on in your room.”

The company says the iSmart system can be installed on any smartphone, which makes it possible to monitor any room.

A new smartphone app, called SmartAir, will be available for $15 from the company next week.

It will allow users to set up their own thermostats and monitoring devices, and it will provide alerts when there’s an air quality problem in the home.

The company says that iSmart’s software, which is already being used by many other home security companies, is not as secure as the security software offered by Kasperska.

The iSmart app is designed to provide alerts that it has detected an intruder in the house.

The app can also provide a live video feed of the temperature of the room, and can provide a video log of how the thermo-sphere operates, the company says.

“The way it works is it’s basically the same as a thermostatically controlled device that has been installed in your residence,” said Chiang.

A third security product, called the iWatch, is expected to hit the market next year.

The device uses infrared sensors to track air temperature in rooms and automatically turns it on or on the lights when it senses that air is moving.

Its a very nice product, said Chiu, adding that it will help homeowners make sure their air quality is being monitored.

But Chiang warns that it’s not a panacea.

“You have to take a few precautions,” he said.

“You have the homeowner to watch it,” he added.

“But there’s no point in having a security device in your bedroom if there’s nothing to stop someone from going in and taking it.”


A smart thermoreater could save lives.

Source : Globe and Metropolis article One of the biggest questions about cybersecurity and smart home security is whether smart thermometers will become the new key to security in the homes of the future.

The thermostately controlled devices are already on sale in stores like Walmart, Target, Home Depot and Costco.

But as we learn more about these devices and how they work, more and more people are wondering if they could also help protect their homes.

According to iSmart, the thermoregulator is a “very simple and effective way to monitor home and environment and provide immediate alerts.”

The iWatch can be used to monitor your air in a