Nest and SmartThings make bold but hollow claims on the extent and value of the smart home

In February, Lux Research analysts attended the IoT Tech Expo World Series (London), and the Integrated Systems Europe (Amsterdam). The programs of both events heavily featured smart home content, including a "Connected Living" track in London; Samsung and Nest were both represented in the mix. J...

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