Using a computer monitor as a TV screen can save a few bucks and save on space as well. We are getting so used to multipurpose devices in our lives. Technology is starting to merge in a beautiful way. When I was a kid (in the 90’s), I used to daydream about everything being connected. […]
There is no need to pay someone to set up your smart home for you. This is easily something you can do yourself, one device at a time. DIY smart home projects tend to be enjoyable for most people and don’t usually require any special skills or tools.
I try to cover some of these projects for you. I figure I’ve already had to do a lot of the troubleshooting, so why should you have to learn the hard way.
In these articles, we’ll cover Alexa and Google Home smart hubs. These will be the central component of most of our systems. We’ll learn how to interact with them and exactly what they’re capable of.
We’re also going to dive into how they communicate with other devices through your home WiFi. We’ll talk about connecting smart devices to your smart home hubs one by one and go into specific features of some of these components.
These smart home devices will include video doorbells, smart thermostats, smart lights, smart sockets, smart tv components and much more.