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SmartThings

SmartThings is a home automation platform founded in 2012.

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November 12, 2013
SmartThings raises a $12,500,000 series A round from Greylock Partners and Highland Capital Partners.
December 4, 2012
SmartThings raises a $3,000,000 seed round from A-Grade Investments, Aaron Levie, Alexis Ohanian, Chris Dixon, CrunchFund, David Tisch, Emil Michael, First Round Capital, Jared Hecht, Kal Vepuri, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Martin Varsavsky, Matt Mullenweg, Max Levchin and SV Angel.

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Reviewed
July 13, 2021
Reviewed
Samsung's monstrous new Dolby Atmos soundbar is a whale of a good time
Ron Amadeo
June 3, 2021
Ars Technica
Samsung is killing the OG hub, along with most of the original appeal of SmartThings.
Joe Fedewa
May 31, 2021
How-To Geek
Getting started with smart home technology is daunting. There are many different paths you can go down. A common component of smart homes is the central "hub." What exactly is a smart home hub, and do you need one?
Josh Hendrickson
May 10, 2021
www.reviewgeek.com
If you want to manage your Samsung-powered smart home, you need the SmartThings app for iOS and Android. Recently, it picked up AR capabilities to help find lost SmartTag+ tags and other Galaxy devices. And now, a new SmartThings app on the Microsoft Store brings those capabilities to your PC.
May 9, 2021
HT Tech
Windows 10 users will now be able to locate, access and control their smart home devices and object trackers (like the Samsung SmartTag) with the newly released SmartThings Windows 10 app.
Josh Hendrickson
April 22, 2021
www.reviewgeek.com
Following up on a promise at CES, Samsung launched a new Galaxy Upcycle program beta to keep your old Galaxy phones out of the trash. If you have a Galaxy phone from 2018 or later, you can turn it into a smart home sensor for detecting light and sound events.
Christopher Null
April 12, 2021
TechHive
Jasco's latest dimmer left us with a decidedly dim bulb.
Michael Simon
March 3, 2021
PCWorld
They make the most sense within the Samsung ecosystem.
Reviewed
February 5, 2021
Reviewed Smart Home
Not sure which smart bulbs work with HomeKit? Here are our favorite choices.
Christian de Looper
January 11, 2021
Digital Trends
Samsung has announced the new Galaxy Upcycling at Home initiative, which is aimed at helping users use their old phones as SmartThings devices.
Josh Hendrickson
December 8, 2020
www.reviewgeek.com
The problem with owning smart home devices from multiple companies is all the apps you have to manage. Soon you'll find yourself struggling to remember which app controls which device. Google and Samsung want to help and announced a new integration that will let you control Nest products from the SmartThings app. Or watch your Nest camera feed on your smart fridge.
Megan Wollerton
November 8, 2020
CNET
Keep an eye on your house with one of these do-it-yourself security systems.
Christopher Null
May 18, 2020
TechHive
With this tiny circuit board, you can incorporate your old-school wired sensors into most any modern smart home system.
Ben Patterson
November 12, 2019
TechHive
Small, sturdy, and reliable, the Innr Smart Plug makes for an inexpensive alternative to the new Philips Hue Smart plug.
October 30, 2019
WebWire
Samsung Electronics today announced, at the Samsung Developer Conference 2019 (SDC19), new ways its platforms will enable developers to introduce simpler, more powerful experiences to consumers around the world. Samsung shared its vision for the next era of mobile and connected living, offering inspiration to developers, enterprise leaders, and consumers through innovative experiences with the devices they rely on every day. "We are fortunate to work with the world's best developers and d...
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