What is it actually like to live in a house filled with IoT devices?
This week in IoT, a house filled with consumer IoT devices turns quickly into a nightmare, while South Korea’s subways now have better Wi-Fi than most of the world.
If there’s anything the massive tech trade show CES has taught us over the past few years, it is that the biggest tech companies want us all to have internet of things (IoT) devices in our homes constantly pumping out information and data that can be used either for their own products, or to sell on to third-parties.
There is also the obvious aim of making the lives of users easier by having their coffee machine brew a cup when it sees the user is awake.
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