Tyler Wells Lynch
Tyler graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in English, the uselessness of which became apparent to him upon entering the workforce in the spring of 2009. Since then, he’s made the rounds as an intern, freelancer, SEO writer, product reviewer, blogger, business reporter, and wedding tent assembler. He’s contributed material to a number of publications, and has come to see himself as Reviewed.com’s utility infielder. He has red hair, if you see him.
Articles and Reviews by Tyler Wells Lynch
$150 WiFi Camera Foils Burglary, Helps Catch Suspect
May 29, 2014 – Burglars beware: Cameras are everywhere!
This Is How You Make Smart Kitchen Tech Sexy
May 13, 2014 – Italian designers bring a sense of style to the Internet of Things.
LG's "Texting Appliances" Hit Stores in South Korea
May 08, 2014 – HomeChat allows you to control and monitor your fridge, washing machine, or oven by literally texting them.
Tech Giants Unite to Standardize the Internet of Things
March 28, 2014 – A new consortium hopes collaboration will bring the IoT to the masses.
SmartThings is a Smart Home System Actually Worth Buying
March 25, 2014 – It’s not a perfect all-in-one solution, but it’s certainly on the right track.
The Aros Smart Air Conditioner Spies On You to Stay Cool
March 19, 2014 – An appliance that responds to your every move
Is the Future of Your Kitchen Touchless?
March 17, 2014 – Touchless trash bins and faucets could complement the connected home of the future.
The Internet of Things Is Neither Dystopian Nor Utopian
February 20, 2014 – Mass connectivity will be revolutionary, but security concerns and human nature should temper expectations.
New MIT Concept Could Turn Any Window Into a Display
January 22, 2014 – These thin, cheap displays could be applied to any transparent surface.
Alarm.com's Wellness System is Life Alert, Only Smarter
January 09, 2014 – A few sensors and an app allow family members to keep tabs on loved ones.
With Google Glass, You Could Turn On Your Dishwasher By Staring At It
December 11, 2013 – UC Berkeley students have demonstrated how Glass can be used to control appliances and electronics.
Tech Giants Developing Common Language for Smart Machines
December 10, 2013 – Qualcomm's open-source platform may break down the biggest barrier to smart home connectivity.
Closet-Sized Batteries Could Power the Home of the Future
December 05, 2013 – "Flow batteries" may provide a path to energy independence for homeowners.