The Internet of Everyone: Tomorrow’s Consumers in the IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is sticking connected sensors into every aspect of our lives. From wearable devices for fitness, pets, and babies; to smart homes with smart appliances, consumer products, and energy management; to workplaces and cities brimming with convenience and surveillance systems ...

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