LG Thinq technology letting smartphones and tablets talk with its home appliances

LG Thinq technology letting smartphones and tablets talk with its home appliances
Communication is the key to understanding is what one ex told us once, and in the case of LG it means that the smartphones and tablets of that brand will be able to talk with its home appliances.

The Koreans have been preparing a technology, codenamed Thinq, which will allow to manage and operate your fridge, oven or washing machine from the comfort of your own LG phone.

For instance, you will be able to set your washing machine cycles while in the metro, and make it send you an alert message when finished. You can also change the fridge temperature, or let it alert you if the door has been left ajar.

One small step for LG, one big step for home automation, soon we won't have to do anything, sweet. LG will showcase the Thinq technology at CES on its press conference which starts Wednesday morning. We will be there, and keep our eyes peeled for more details.

source: LG



3. daniel_bargs

Posts: 325; Member since: Nov 27, 2010

oh my god... technology is gaining more and more brains everyday... i cant imagine this would happen. i wish my grandma could see and experience it.

2. Boti95

Posts: 162; Member since: Sep 05, 2010

Wow! The future is here!

1. Shafeer

Posts: 79; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

Impressive, anyone notice that the future is taking place?

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