Wink's acquistion distances it from Quirky's quarter billion dollar smarthome implosion

In mid-November, Quirky, a beleaguered smart home hardware developer, sold one of its divisions to Flextronics. According to publicly available sources, Flex (formerly Flextronics) paid $15 million for Wink, Quirky’s platform and smart home hub division. This asset liquidation has been a long tim...

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