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Nest Labs Adds Doorbell That Can Recognize Familiar Faces

Nest Labs Adds Doorbell That Can Recognize Familiar Faces

By Michael Liedtke | Sep 24
Home device maker Nest Labs is adding Google's facial recognition technology to a camera-equipped doorbell and rolling out a security system in an attempt to end its history of losses.

Five Great Gadgets to Make Your House a Happy Home

Five Great Gadgets to Make Your House a Happy Home

By Brad Hart | Sep 23
When you're house hunting, location is key. But once you've settled in it's all about the nesting urge -- here are some practical decor suggestions.

The White Company's Monochrome Aesthetic Comes to the U.S.

The White Company's Monochrome Aesthetic Comes to the U.S.

By Katherine Roth | Sep 22
Sometimes dubbed a British Martha Stewart, Chrissie Rucker - with her own home goods empire and cultish following - has brought her monochrome aesthetic to Fifth Avenue.

Most Americans Would Rather Be Alone: Here's Why

Most Americans Would Rather Be Alone: Here's Why

Sep 19
Is it ok to go to the movies or hang out at a bar alone? The votes are in. Millions of Americans are now happy to live a solitary existence, according to newly released research. Nine in 10 US adults are now content to be in their own company.

Home Is Where the Hard Is

Home Is Where the Hard Is

By Greg Cason, Ph.D. | Sep 16
Perhaps it goes without saying that you are going to be happiest in a house that fits you. The concept is literally called "Person-Environment-Fit." If the fit is good, you will thrive and stay there for a long time.

Home Sweet Home: 3 Made-in-Nashville Tastemakers

Home Sweet Home: 3 Made-in-Nashville Tastemakers

By Jill Gleeson | Sep 15
Nashville, which is fast becoming the South's coolest city, is now officially about more than music. It's also become host to an energetic and creative cadre of tastemakers producing cutting edge home goods.

Marie Kondo is Back With a Manga About Decluttering

Marie Kondo is Back With a Manga About Decluttering

By Katherine Roth | Sep 15
Just when it seemed Marie Kondo had spread her gospel on the "life-changing magic" of decluttering as far is it could go, the author - whose two previous books remain international best-sellers - is back with a different audience in mind.

Paper Planes and Sand Among 12 Toy Hall of Fame Finalists

Paper Planes and Sand Among 12 Toy Hall of Fame Finalists

Sep 13
No-frills toys including the paper airplane, sand and play food are among 12 finalists vying for a place in the National Toy Hall of Fame.

Irma vs. Mar-a-Lago: Bet on Trump's House

Irma vs. Mar-a-Lago: Bet on Trump's House

By Terry Spencer | Sep 8
Hurricane Irma is likely to test President Donald Trump's longtime boast that his Mar-a-Lago mansion can withstand any storm. If history is any guide, the smart money this weekend will be on the house.

Rachael Ray's Hamptons Home on Market for $4.9 Million

Rachael Ray's Hamptons Home on Market for $4.9 Million

Sep 8
Author and Emmy-winning celebrity cook Rachael Ray has listed her home in the Hamptons for sale for nearly $5 million.

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