A Look at the Fascinating Things a Modern Smart Home Can Do (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 15 Mar 2016
Everything is smart nowadays. We have smartphones, smart watches, smart TVs, and even smart homes. Thanks to modern technology like Samsung SmartThings, you can use your phone to remotely turn off the power, remotely adjust the temperature in your home, and more.

The Internet of Things is only going to get bigger and smart homes are going to grow in popularity in the coming years. The infographic below sheds some light on this topic, explaining what the smart home of the not-so-distant future can do.

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