CES 2016 declared the year of the smart home amid flow of new product releases

Following last week’s CES (Consumer Electronics Show), many publications are already calling 2016 the "year of the smart home," with some even arguing that the connected home, of all predictions, is "nearest to coming true." This hype was stoked further by Mark Zuckerberg’s vague commitment about...

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