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  • Vacuums get a smart home makeover
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Vacuums get a smart home makeover

With Apple's HomeKit and Google's Nest Labs, the smart home is becoming part of everyday life. With the market estimated to grow to $51.77 billion by 2020, even the humble vacuum cleaner is getting a smart makeover with AirRAM.

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