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My Name Is Forest

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The Digital Ramble

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enrico iaria

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Arlo France

Si vous n'en croyez pas vos yeux, votre caméra Arlo vous fournit les preuves dont vous avez besoin !

Beyond grateful to have such an amazing team this CEDIA. We met so many amazing people this year! ❤️🔥 . . . . . . #smarthome

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Arlo Smart Home UK

Thank you @idealhomeuk for your review of the Arlo Ultra. With stunning design, the Ultra will fit into any home interior.

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The Trainor Team

Priced to sell! Where else can you get spectacular upgrades, views, and all the bells and whistle‘s of a smart home in LA for only $2.149?!?! Heeeeere! Come see what this place is all about! We're open today from 2-5pm . . . . . . #smarthome @sir.socal @trainorteam @sir

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Arlo Deutschland

Ob du dein erstes Zuhause schützen, ein Auge auf dein Baby oder ältere Verwandte behalten willst - Arlo hat immer die richtige Kamera für deine Bedürfnisse. Wofür verwendest du deine Arlo Kameras?

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You can capture the person and the package with the @maximuslighting Answer DualCam Video Doorbell. Follow the link in bio to watch the full review on YouTube. #smarthome

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A recent study discovered new sensors which could help in detecting food spoilage and reduce wastage of food for supermarkets and consumers. The laboratory prototype sensors which can be read on smartphones are known as 'paper-based electrical gas sensors' (PEGS), they detect spoilage gases like ammonia and trimethylamine in meat and fish products. . Other scientists have developed tools to detect fluorescence that can attach to a smartphone. These devices are only the size of a matchbox. People could use them to check packaged food at home before opening it, Filipe says. If the food sensor was glowing, a person would know the food was unsafe. Grocery stores could also provide scanners so customers could check a food before buying it. . #smarthome               . . . Tag @smarthomechooser with your awesome device or setup to be featured

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