Open-source battle – Apple vs. Google in the smart home

At Google I/O, the company recently unveiled a slick video overview of its plans for a connected home. The film envisions a suite of Internet connected devices communicating with a Nest thermostat at the core. Mercedes-Benz, Jawbone, Whirlpool, and LIFX all make appearances, along with claims of ...

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