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Husqvarna Automower: the iOS controlled mower that cuts your lawn so you don’t have to [Video]

When it comes to smart homes and IoT devices, the majority of products on the market are for the inside of your home. While there are many smart home/HomeKit devices that can add convenience and some fun to your life, I hadn’t heard of anything that can free up hours of your time, until I learned more about autonomous mowers. more…
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