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Cloud-based solutions company Buddy Technologies has expanded its LIFX smart light product display in over 1,000 Best Buy stores across America.

WiFi LED Smart lights will now be prominently displayed in the ‘smart home’ section of all Best Buy stores with their own illuminated showcase

LIFX has been leading the smart light market with their two most popular products, the ‘A19’ and the ‘Z-Strip’.

In 2018, Best Buy sales were the largest contribution to LIFX profits.

LIFX lights are wifi connected and can be controlled via mobile phone applications and voice control.

LIFX products connect with other smart home devices such as Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, home security systems and Apple HomeKit.

BUD raised 7.14 percent today in the ASX.

Please see the announcement attached

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