Now, some companies can’t sell a product unless it’s “smart.”
Something that might start off its commercial life as an expensive luxury option, or even a gimmick, often over the years becomes indispensible. Who, after all, would these days buy a car without air conditioning, or a TV without a remote control? Read more
We’ve talked a lot in this space about Arrayent’s vision for connected devices in the smart home, especially the emerging role of the mobile phone as the controlling “hub” for everything in the house. So we were happy to see that exact same message echoed in an incisive piece in the New York Times about where consumer technology is heading.