The Internet of Things is going through a period of disarray, with IoT standards and protocols up in the air and all the major players claiming (or hoping) that their language will be what the future IoT will rely on. Who wants separate apps to control lighting, heating, security cameras, the TV and your music system? Much better to be able to connect all of your devices over a unified technology platform.
While the tech giants Apple and Google have each gone out on their own, other tech companies have been banding together to agree common standards for IoT. The trouble is, at the moment they’re banding together in separate groups…
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