YARMOUTH, Maine—Home automation experts have heard the message loud and clear: simplify, simplify, simplify.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Alarm.com has been named the official Smart Home Security partner of the Washington Capitals NHL team.
VIENNA, Va.—Alarm.com has an app for the newly released Apple watch.
Described as "the global stage for innovation," the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) draws more than 170,000 attendees and offers a unique opportunity to see big trends across consumer technology.
In the second decade of the 21st century, home security is no longer just about catching bad guys.
GAINESVILLE, Va.—Alarm Pro America entered the home security market through the garage door—with help from LiftMaster and Alarm.com, according to Dylan McGreevy, VP of sales and operations for the full service security company, based here.
YARMOUTH, Maine—Patent infringement lawsuits involving Alarm.com, iControl Networks and Telular have all been dismissed, the companies announced this week.
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Ryan Boder, president of SuretyCam, an Alarm.com dealer based here, believes that keeping in touch with customers keeps attrition in check.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—Home technology provider iControl Networks on July 10 filed a patent infringement lawsuit against competitor Alarm.com and FrontPoint Security, an Alarm.com customer.
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