CES: Verizon demos home-monitoring system Video
CES: Verizon demos home-monitoring system Video Transcript
-So right now, we're turning on the lamp from the smartphone app as part of our solution. The same features that you can do on the web as well as the [unk] to be as we were discussing. -Okay. -So there goes the lamp again. We are also able to manage thermostat and be able to turn up or down the temperature, and obviously, you can see that move right over on the thermostat that's attached to the solution right now. -So show them. -We're on a cool and moving the temperature down to 66 degree, which should just reflect us about now. -Yes.
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