Philips Hue LED bulbs get wireless iOS control

Philips Hue LED bulbs get wireless iOS control

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New Philips revealed a new product on Monday with the Hue LED lightbulb system. It will be sold exclusively at Apple stores starting on October 30, with a kit that includes three bulbs and a Wi-Fi bridge that connects to a router or as individual bulbs. Users can then control the...
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