Jan 06, 15
Thousands are people swarm to Las Vegas every January for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). It’s the place where you can check out the newest hottest trends and get a glimpse into the future of technology. While brands like Samsung and Sony are showing off their latest HDTVs and speakers, you’ll also find a growing selection of LED bulbs.
Over the course of 2014 light bulbs made the transition from being an appliance to a gadget. With the introduction of connected LED bulbs, they are taking on the role of doing more than just providing light. You can use apps to change the color of your bulbs, dim them or even turn them off. As new functionality is being thought of, companies are using CES as a platform to introduce these ideas and gauge interest.
Dec 08, 14
Antique-style Edison bulbs are a subtle update people use in their home or business to help make their fixtures pop. Few people look up while their dining at their favorite restaurant or watering hole. But, if you were to there’s a chance you may notice these antique bulbs helping to set the mood. They provide a vintage look and are often used with a modern fixture to balance its appearance in a room. Their amber glow instantly changes whatever room they’re placed in.
Oct 28, 14
Cree, the North Carolina-based LED and semiconductor manufacturer, took the lighting world by storm with the announcement and subsequent release of their innovative line of consumer LED bulbs.
Sep 18, 14
Online lighting retailer, 1000Bulbs.com, is working with some of the top brands in LED lighting to expand its selection of LED light bulbs and downlights. Current and prospective customers are now able to find LED lighting options from GE, Samsung, Lighting Science and TCP in addition to the extensive assortment previously available on the site. These partnerships help to ensure that 1000Bulbs continues to be the online destination for people looking to find the right lighting for their home or business.
Sep 17, 14
LED light bulbs have been on the market for years and despite their many benefits, many have resisted making the switch. For some, price was the biggest thing them back and when you’re used to buying incandescent bulbs for around a dollar and then have to spend over $15 to get the latest and greatest technology there is a lot of room for pause. Over time this issue has been addressed with many standard shaped LED bulbs on the market for well under $10.