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2016 was the year when “smart” homes went mainstream.

We got used to living in a world where any device in your house that is connected to electricity can be placed on your home network and operated by voice commands or remote control.

Your home automation operates lighting, your home entertainment systems, security, and thermostat. Everything from cell phones to washing machines, Lamps to coffee makers. It’s all been “smartified”.

Last year everyone was talking about Alexa and her 6000 new skills. In 2017, If Uber’s latest move is any indication,  it seems like it’s the “Connected car’s” turn to shine.

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