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this glowing wall panel wants to power your home

the idea is that you plug either a panel or a tower into an outlet in your home -- it's mostly a design choice whether you opt for a panel or a tower, since they offer the same energy storage

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nanoleaf wants to cover your walls in color-changing light cnet.com. nanoleaf wants to cover your walls in color-changing light. nanoleaf's color-changing light panels were a game changer for the company. now, at ces 2018, the company's turning the idea up to

ces smart lighting showdown: lifx squares off with

ces smart lighting showdown: lifx squares off with nanoleaf. with new, color-changing led 'tiles' coming this february, lifx is set for a face-off with nanoleaf's upcoming light panels.

can't afford solar panels? lease them

that's thanks to a hot idea sweeping the solar industry: leasing. nalty gets solar panels free. the solar company charges her $100 a month for the 15-year lease, and state and federal rebates for

how to smarten up your next dnd night with lights, gadgets

how to smarten up your next dnd night with lights, gadgets and voice assistants. wanna spice up a dungeons and dragons campaign? try casting voice assistants, smart lights and other connected

making green by going green in europe

hertzberg's idea: use innovative swiss technology to make flexible, even miniature, solar panels that are sensitive to any light. it's so effective, say company executives already promoting their

lifx mini review: still a great color-changing smart bulb

still, i would have liked to have seen a bigger price cut. yes, $45 is a step in the right direction from the $60 that you'll still need to spend on a standard-size lifx color-changer, but it isn

trump talks about building a solar southern wall

trump talks about building a solar southern wall. by john bat june 22, 2017 / 2:32 pm / cbs news trump rally . since president trump first promised to build a wall on the southern border, one of

wallpaper: back in style

according to the wall covering association, the downward trend for wallpaper took a noticeable plunge in the mid-'90s when homeowners, instead of hanging wallpaper, began painting them in neutral