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Report: Households Say Internet Service Meets Their Needs, Despite New Demands

Over half of homes (55%) now have smart home devices, compared with 51% in 2023, the researchers found.

That finding is in keeping with similar research from Parks Associates that found that the percentage of homes that own one to three smart devices was rising.

From the article, "Report: Households Say Internet  Service Meets Their Needs, Despite New Demands" by Carl Weinschenk

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