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  • People still fear the internet of things
  • People still fear the internet of things
    Kārlis Dambrāns (2015) ©
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People still fear the internet of things

People and brands seem to be increasingly excited about the Internet of Things, but in reality – both in the US and the UK – about half of consumers say they don’t need any more technology in their lives. But is such scepticism long lasting, or will more eventually be more?

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