Friday, April 08, 2016

Google's Nest Struggles Could Set Back The IoT Movement

At the end of 2015, nearly 20 percent of all U.S. households with broadband connections owned at least one smart home product, according to the research firm Parks Associates. During the next decade, that number is projected to jump to 66 percent as more thermostats, cameras, video doorbells, door locks, lights, controllers and yet-to-be-released smart home products make their way into American households, the company says. 

From the article "Google's Nest Struggles Could Set Back The IoT Movement" by Matt Kapko.

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