Looking for the best of the best in new tech for your pets? We’ve got a guide to help you sift through the different categories of products.
Smart home technology, which can often be controlled via laptop, smartphone or other mobile device, is changing the way Millennials and all age groups are designing our homes.
For the eco-friendly tech fans, there are plenty of ways your home can be more efficient with a few upgrades. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Looking to upgrade your kitchen? We’ve got some ideas and products to spark some inspiration.
NewHomeSource discusses some of the ways modern technology, like big data, AI innovations, chatbots, and more are aiding consumers shopping for new homes.
With tech features in homes becoming common, homebuilders take a close look at the customer experience and providing support for new home owners.
Description/Excerpt: Eco-friendly home design is not only great for the environment, but also your wallet. Explore how sustainable designs can save you money long term.
Learn about the developments in the solar technology space that is making this green energy option more attainable for new homeowners.
NewHomeSource is highlighting some of the coolest, most innovative home products unveiled at the 2019 International Builders Show in Las Vegas.
The Google Home Hub initiative connects utility companies with homeowners, creating opportunities to cut energy costs. Here’s how you can get involved.
Choosing the right smart home hub for your new home isn’t an easy decision, but we’ve done the research to help you narrow it down based on your budget and level of tech know-how.
KB Home’s new concept home — KB ProjeKt Home — combines sustainable design and new building technologies for an unprecedented living experience.
Architects & builders frquently use VR to help clients visualize a custom home. Here’s how this technology helps turn that dream home into the real thing.
As smart home features increase in popularity, new home builders are starting to include such products as standard features — and their actions are following consumer demand for safety and security.
Smart home technology, from security systems to water sensors, has become part of everyday life so it’s no surprise that home insurance carriers are taking notice. And that could mean potential savings on your insurance.