The TRÅDFRI smart lighting system is already available in Sweden, but soon you'll be able to purchase it in the US.
When Diandra Toyos was shopping at Ikea with her mom and three kids, she had a strange feeling that something was seriously wrong. Call it a mother's intuition or just being an observant parent, but strangers in the couch departmentShow More Summary
Swedish furniture (and everything else) giant Ikea has announced the introduction of its own new smart lighting system which it hopes will compete with more expensive solutions like Philips Hue and LIFX. Ikea Introduces New Smart Lighting...Show More Summary
Welcome to mid-week. We've got sub-$1,000 4K TVs in decent sizes, the US government voted on whether ISPs can sell your browser history, and IKEA is getting into the smart lighting game. You might have heard -- the device has been leaked enough -- that Samsung's Galaxy S8 will get its official unveiling later today. Show More Summary
Moving forward from wireless charging furniture, "smart lighting" is the next product to be launched in IKEA's Home Smart range. Here are the details. More »
What do pugs, IKEA, Dolly Parton, and Q-Tips have in common? Nothing, which is what makes these facts so delightfully random.
Time to embrace the smart home.
Furniture store Ikea will soon be selling smart bulbs and home lighting kits to rival Philips Hue systems.
Never one to let an opportunity to slap a hard-to-pronounce name on a new line of products pass it by, Ikea has decided it's time for it to jump head first into the smart home market. The company just launched a new line of connected...Show More Summary
Imagine life if everything were an Ikea product. Including you. A $79 sheepskin rug rolls out of bed as if it were human, at the sound of a $9 alarm clock, in a new ad from the Australian arm of the Swedish furniture chain. It turns out the anthropomorphic floor covering, who lives in an...
For many people, their first foray into the world of home automation begins with lighting. There's a good reason for this: smart bulbs easily fit into existing furnishings and can be operated using just a smartphone, which (mostly) everybody now owns. Show More Summary
These smart bulbs are swede.
A familiar urban legend about retail environments and human trafficking popped up again in a viral Facebook post about a Southern California IKEA store.
Moving forward from wireless charging furniture, smart lighting is the next product to be launched in Ikea's "Home Smart" range. More »
From bulbs to cabinet panels For many folks, the easiest entry into the smart home world is through a smart light bulb, which often means that by literally just changing a bulb, you can start controlling lighting wirelessly. Furniture...Show More Summary
IKEA knows wassup It's already a known fact that we're obsessed with Ikea, but one store's hilarious display took it to the next level. It has just been brought to our attention by a glorious Reddit user that an Ikea location has a unique way of advertising its toilet accessories, as it transformed an average "porcelain throne" into an Iron Throne. Show More Summary
We talk a lot about the smart home and the struggle to keep it simple. Well, who does simplicity better than IKEA? Following their tabletop wireless chargers, IKEA is now selling their own smart lights and dimmers — and no, you don’t have to assemble the electronics. Show More Summary
If you have yet to jump into the world of smart lights, I certainly can understand. After all, these things (Philips products in particular) are pretty damn expensive. But what if IKEA offered up a solution that wasn’t cheap, but also...Show More Summary