Have we built the smart home from hell?

Is today’s smart home smart enough to handle multiple gadgets and platforms used by multiple people using multiple devices? After months spent testing it out, we’re not so sure.

CNET December 17, 2015

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Multiple users, multiple systems, multiple devices: Is this the smart home from hell?
With several editors tinkering with all sorts of connected tech using a number of different devices and accounts all under one roof, the CNET Smart Home is anything but simple. READ MORE »
Andrew Gebhart
Associate Editor / Louisville, KY

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