igrill Stories February 10, 2016

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iDevices sells its iPhone-controlled iGrill and Kitchen Thermometer brands to Weber

iDevices, a company that makes many popular iPhone connected household products, today announced that it’s selling its iGrill and Kitchen Thermometer brands to Weber, a longtime leader manufacturing grills and grilling accessories. The two product lines include Bluetooth, smartphone-controlled thermometer, grilling, and cooking accessories and companion apps.

igrill Stories December 10, 2014

9to5Toys Last Call: LG 65-inch 1080p LED HDTV $699, Pitendo NES emulator, iGrill Mini giveaway, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals:

LG 65″ 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV $699 w/ free in-store pick up (Reg. $900)

Relive your favorite classic video games with the pocket sized Pitendo NES emulator

Giveaway: iDevices iGrill Mini Bluetooth Grilling Thermometer for iOS/Android ($40 value)

Kitchen Tech: Magical ice ball makers transform everyday drinks into classics

Amazon flips the switch on free 4K streaming for Prime members, here are the 4K UHDTVs you want to watch it on

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iDevices talks working w/ Apple to fast track HomeKit product development w/ its own SDK

Apple introduced HomeKit during its WWDC Keynote presentation last June. Since then we’ve heard HomeKit-enabled chips are on the move, but you still can’t buy a HomeKit-certified device. They are on the way, however, as Apple just started accepting product plans from manufacturers following a yearly summit for companies in its Made-for-iPhone program.

iDevices, maker of the iGrill, is hoping it’ll help push HomeKit into the mainstream. Since early last year, the Connecticut-based company has invested over 10 million dollars into HomeKit development and has been closely working with Apple to create its own HomeKit SDK. We recently spoke with the CEO of iDevices to learn more about how the company is working with Apple to build its own HomeKit SDK meant to help fast track hardware product development for the platform.

igrill Stories October 11, 2013

9to5Toys Last Call: OtterBox iPhone 5 cases from $16, Samsung 250GB 840 EVO Series SSD $159, iGrill $40, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals:

Tough iPhone cases from Otterbox and Lifeproof:

Solid State Drives: Samsung 840 EVO-Series 250GB $159, Toshiba Q-Series 256GB $150 shipped

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New product announcements & reviews:

  • LaCie’s new Porsche designed USB 3.0 key drive available now
  • OtterBox begins shipping new Commuter Series Wallet case for iPhone 5/5s and Galaxy S4

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