Smart Homes: Chasing the Elusive Dream

Smart home has attracted $550 million in venture investment from 2005-2014, and we have already seen the first wave of exits, but it is still too expensive for mass adoption at $6,700 for a fully enabled home. An array of new technology developers have emerged, with devices ranging from air quality ...

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