Bankrupt Wink adds Canary as a partner

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In what is probably a good sign for thousands of people who own Wink home automation hubs, the smart company keeps adding new industry partners. Despite its parent company filing for bankruptcy in September, its own subsequent bankruptcy and proposed sale to contract manufacturing firm Flextronics, Wink is on a role. The company is adding several partners to its platform, which include several HomeKit enabled-ones last week and a Canary security device on Tuesday.

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How Siri works on the new Apple TV

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At long last, Siri is no longer confined to mobile devices and the Apple Watch. Now you can use Apples personal digital assistant with the redesigned Apple TV. You can do more than just ask sarcastic questions and get sarcastic answers in this new implementation of Siri.

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Philips launches a HomeKit-compatible Hue dimmer switch

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Philips, the company behind the much-loved Hue lighting system (which will soon work alongside Apples HomeKit protocol), has launched a brand new accessory designed to help out the technophobes in your household: a physical dimmer switch that can be attached to your wall, or which can function as a handheld, wireless controller for your Hue lighting setup.

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