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Calm, cruel and connected: September’s best and worst of IoT

It seems that every day a new IoT device or means to connect existing devices is revealed. With so much energy in being devoted to tell us how, when, where, what we can connect to each other, the “why” may be getting a little blurry. So we want to take a step back every now and... Read more » The post Calm, cruel and connected: September’s best and worst of IoT appeared first on ReadWrite.
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