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The Smart Home Was Supposed to Be Simple But…

The smart home promised to make our lives more straightforward. To automatically set lights and environmental controls to your exact preferences, to alert you of visitors or intruders, even to remember your shopping list and send it to your mobile phone. In reality, however, the smart home has become a minefield of complexity and compatibility issues. Smart devices speak a variety of languages meaning their installation into a single control system can challenge even the most tech-minded homeowners. For the majority of people today, the closest thing they will get to a smart home is a smart speaker linked to smart lights and a connected doorbell, which is not bad but still a far cry from the Jetson’s style lifestyle that technologists once promised. “In the early ’60s, in The Jetsons vision of a smart home, everything about the entire building from walls and windows to floors and technology was reimagined,” says Richard Harper, a […]

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