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The Smart Kitchen: The Next Big Hope for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is a boon for businesses striving to be more sustainable, but at-home IOT is exhibiting worrying signs of stalling. Could the smart kitchen finally tempt shoppers out of the early-adopter phase?
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