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CoinGuard security system uses quarter-size sensors

CoinGuard security system uses quarter-size sensors

No connected home is complete without a security system of some sort, the likes of which have transformed over the years into something you can monitor from your most convenient mobile device. CoinGuard is one such connected security setup, and though not unique in function, it is notable for the size of its sensors. Staying true to its name, the CoinGuard sensors measure in just a bit bigger than a quarter, making them small enough to tag just about any device in your home, whether it's a door or a cookie jar.

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ColorUp lamp is a portable color-picking mood light

ColorUp lamp is a portable color-picking mood light

We've seen color-picking styluses, some that are real and some that are not, but Pega D&E has taken the technology in a different direction: a squeeze-able lamp with a color picker on the bottom that changes the color of the light. Called ColorUp, the lamp is the byproduct of years of development, and though it won't be illuminating any rooms in your home, it makes for a unique portable mood light. We've got a video of the ColorUp lamp switching colors available after the jump.

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Tilt My Blinds adds smartphone control to your windows

Tilt My Blinds adds smartphone control to your windows

Products that let you control your blinds with your smartphone or tablet are a dime a dozen at this point, but options to automate other oft-used items in your home are less common. One of those things are the blinds on your windows -- while there are automated versions available, you have to shell out for a complete (usually expensive) package.

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