11 May '11, 7am

Google Intros Smart LEDs, Android@Home: In the very near future, expect to be able to control devices, applianc...

In the very near future, expect to be able to control devices, appliances, and lights in your home with the help of Google. That’s the information coming out of Google’s developer conference, Google I/O, where Android@Home was first announced. With the right app, an Android-powered smart device, and an intelligent LED replacement bulb from Lighting Science Group , a savvy homeowner could geek out a home without much effort. Google sees the home as an accessory, or a network of accessories, with Android as the operating system. This is Android@Home, and lighting is just one accessory. It happens to be the first on board with the new home system. Pictured is the prototype smart bulb which will be enabled and controlled through Android. LSG told Jetson Green the bulb should be on shelves by the holidays at the end of this year. It will be ultra efficient, long lasting, high o...

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/2011/05/google-android-at-home...

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