IFTTT, IF THIS THEN THAT

IFTTT, IF THIS THEN THAT, is what everyone wants and is waiting for, It’s the universal language of technology, allowing different technologies and platforms to communicate to each other. SkylinkNet is now on IF, with applets to make your everyday task simple. Arming and disarming your alarm system, sharing your photos wherever you are, knowing when someone opens your garage door, knowing the latest news alert, getting a better night’s sleep or home automation to simply light up your way when you get home, it’s all made easy with applets from IF, all from the palm of your hand, the limit is only your imagination. Check out the videos on how to get started, setup your devices and download and add your applets. Now you are ready to simplify and enjoy your lifestyle.


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SkyLink’s DIY SK-200 Alarm System review: Easy to install and setup

To say that anything related to smarthome products and/or automation was big at CES 2015 is a gross understatement. Although there was a clustered area dedicated to such booths, you were able to find manufacturers in almost every hall. It made things a little difficult for those with a home-centric interest. This explosion of devices geared to create a smarter home is definitely a good thing. At the very least, having greater access and control to power and switches translates into both a convenience as well as a means to save on energy. Read more


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Skylink Wireless PowerHub Delivers Energy Control

Home control doesn’t have to be complex and confusing. It can be as easy as plugging in your favorite lamp and/or appliances. That’s the idea behind the new Skylink Wireless PowerHub. The Skylink Wireless PowerHub is a power strip, which doesn’t sound all that exciting. However, this is a smart power strip, which means it can deliver a little home and energy control—and it’s pretty affordable to boot. Read more


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Skylink Launches Wireless PowerHub at #CES2015

Skylink has launched its wireless smart power strip. The Wireless PowerHub features 5 outlets, 3 remote controlled outlets, and 2 USB ports with a 2.1 amp output. It comes with a remote control for controlling connected lights and other devices. The Skylink Wireless PowerHub can also be controlled by the company’s SkyLinkNet platform via iOS and Android mobile apps. Read more


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