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November 2, 2015 What's the point of Internet-connected light bulbs and how do they work? This week's All Tech Considered segment explores benefits, concerns and possible implications of the Internet of Things.
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February 25, 2015 The ultimate smart-home vision is a home that basically runs itself, from coffee makers to washing machines. But we're not there yet: The real world is a hard place for little computers to operate in.
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Samsung is one of the companies making smart home appliances.
January 16, 2014 Consumers are beginning to buy Internet-connected appliances, but companies haven't done enough to protect the machines from hackers, says an information security expert.
January 6, 2014 The Consumer Electronics Show is the tech industry's annual electronics showcase in Las Vegas, where companies are showing off their latest and greatest gadgets, like Internet-connected toothbrushes (ideal for hygiene-concerned helicopter parents) and cars that come equipped with a 4G cell connection.
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