Ifttt – for automatically done your task at specific time, place ,etc
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In this video I’ll be show you the best app for automation
For automatically done your specific task at specific time or location
If this then that
Ifttt gives you tones of amplets as task like turn off WiFi at this location or at this time
It can gives you reminder
It can upload your Instagram photos to Facebook,etc
And there are my interesting task you needed to try.
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Why I won’t be buying Nest Products in the future
Announced at Google IO, GoogleNest (as it’s now called) will be shutting down the Works With Nest program in favor of the Works with Google Assistant program on August 31st 2019. I’ll cut right to the chase and just say this will most likely end up terible for Home Automation enthusiasts like myself. The Works with Nest program allowed 3rd party vendors like IFTTT, Zapier and Home Assistant to talk directly to and control Nest products. The biggest and most popular being the Nest Thermostats. There are also Nest Cameras, Doorbells and Nest Protects that will be affected. I’ve been a HUGE fan of Nest from the very beginning when Tony Fadell first started the company and this recent move just doesn’t seem to be a benefit for IOT in general. It will effectively make the Nest ecosystem another closed, walled off garden that will put smaller IOT devices on the other side of the wall. No longer will you be able to have a light turn on when someone is at the Nest Doorbell. Not unless you are using a completely Google/Nest solution. Home Assistant might only be a growing niche of hobbyists but I think LOTS of people are using IFTTT. Removing that access will effectively break a lot of people’s automations. I think primarily the ones that leverage thermostats. Since HVAC is such an important part of my Smart Home, I will most likely be switching out my Nest Thermostats with Ecobee 4 thermostats.
Thankfully, Amazon Echo devices are just too big to be kept out of the garden and Google will be working with Amazon engineers to port over their skill to the new Works with Google Assistant API. But who knows how long that will last. Google is definitely using it’s Nest popularity to drive homes to use more Google Home so as soon as they can cut ties, I’m sure they will.
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:wave: About this channel : My Name is Carlo. I’ve been running Home Assistant for a BUNCH of years. Almost from the very beginning actually. This channel is focused on bringing what I have implemented at my own house to you so that you can bring it to your house. The channel will be a mix of reviews, tutorials and inspiration. It is a companion to my GitHub site that holds all the code for my Smart Home and my main site where I keep the more in-depth technical writings. I hope you will enjoy the videos and consider subscribing.
Published: 2019-05-13 20:16:28
Amazon Echo & Alexa IFTTT – How to use with Echo and Smart Home
This video is about using Amazon Echo & Alexa with IFTTT. In this video I will show getting started with using IFTTT with you Echo. It is also very useful for other devices and services. Check it out
IFTTT Homepage – ifttt.com
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Published: 2019-02-09 21:25:23
How 5G will change your smartphone, and your life in 2019
Imagine playing a co-op shooter like Fortnite Battle Royale or PUB-G on a VR headset… in real-time, with zero lag… all through your phone, while travelling in a fleet of self-driving cars going 200 miles an hour. Sit tight, because the future of gaming, and everything else, is about to change forever.
If you look up in the corner of your phone, you’re probably used to seeing a little indicator that says 4G LTE or, 3G, or… god forbid, 2G – and you’ve come to recognize that it probably has something to do with your phone’s connection to your mobile network. The higher the G, the faster the connection. It’s pretty easy to follow, the G stands for generation, and each subsequent generation refers to a specific minimum speed, connectivity, and reliability necessary to classify the network as that particular generation. 1G let us talk to each other, 2G let us send messages, 3G gave us broad data and internet, and 4G/LTE made it a whole lot faster.
But all that is in the soon to be past, because up on the horizon is 5G. And while you may be thinking that 5G is just a little faster, a little more reliable, and a little newer – it’s actually a massive breakthrough that’s going to change the way devices connect to the internet, and more importantly, to each other. In fact, as 5G rolls out over the next two years, it’s going to change… well, everything with a wireless connection. Which, at this point is …well, pretty much everything. So, what’s so special about a 5G future?
First of all, it’s fast. Like, really fast. Like, 20 gigabits per second over wireless fast. Like 100 – 250 times faster than 4G. By comparison, 4G provides speeds, on average, of about 10 – 20 megabits a second. So that’s going from streaming one Netflix movie in HD, to streaming 400 movies in 8k at the same time.
But that’s not really the most impressive part… what sets 5G aside is its crazy low latency rate, which is the amount of delay between the sending and receiving of information. Now, 4G tends to average about 100-200 milliseconds. To be fair, 100 milliseconds is FAST; human reaction time is about 200-300 milliseconds. But 5G… will get it down to 1 millisecond. Or less. That’s almost real-time. And being able to send and receive information in what is essentially real-time, means that we can use 5G… to replace real-time interactions.
That might be one of the biggest breakthroughs in 5G: a network of self driving cars – all sending data between each other, and communicating with traffic lights, road sensors, aerial drones, and so on. Think about it, human reaction speed is 200 milliseconds, and we still have accidents every day. Imagine if your car could react, and communicate its reaction to hundreds of cars around it, all within a millisecond. Not only could we end car accidents, hell, we could end traffic altogether. Hundreds of self-driving cars, going lightning fast to your destination, with no risk that they’ll hit each other, because they all know exactly where they are in real-time, reacting to the actual world around them. Autonomous or remotely controlled trains, delivery trucks, even airplanes could be on the horizon in the near future.
In fact, forget cars for a second, and think of all robotic devices. Surgeries could be performed, from the other side of the world, with robot surgeons controlled in real-time by expert surgeons, being assisted by other expert surgeons simultaneously; saving lives in situations where time and distance are the difference between life and death. Factories can be staffed by robots that can communicate their task and position to each other, allowing them to not only do more, but do it more efficiently, and wirelessly over a 5G network. Imagine a fleet of drones flying over a field of crops, using sensors on the ground, to sort, pick, feed, and water individual plants – all on their own.
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Human beings are capable of building incredible structures, from the latest cutting-edge office blocks to artistic sculptures. Cathedrals, sporting arenas, and monuments all over the world are a testament to our creative skill as a species. In the modern era though, we have technology to help us, from huge mechanical drills to laser cutting curved glass. Builders didn’t have these luxuries in ancient times, so how did they manage to create some of the ancient wonders we’re about to show you in this video? Science still doesn’t have the answers.
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Published: 2019-05-22 16:07:23
IFTTT Explained and Shown (if this then that)
Tutorial video showing what IFTTT is and how to use it.
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Published: 2017-01-07 17:00:29