You walk into your home. Your phone senses the temperature and tells your cooling system to engage, turns on your favorite playlist, preheats the oven for the dinner you ordered earlier in the day, and pings your kids’ devices to see if their homework is complete. Come to think of it, you might as well just throw your phone in your front door and take off. You’re obsolete. Wired explains why Apple wants to make a remote control for your home. And Google took a big step into your house with the acquisition of Nest. Will Dropcam be next?