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“There’s an app for that” is more than a catchy commercial slogan; it’s a prediction of the future.
More and more, we’re surrounded by intelligent devices that capture data about what we do and how we live. These devices are increasingly sophisticated.
Now they don’t just collect information, they communicate with each other about it – coordinating to perform tasks on command and provide solutions to our problems.
The Internet of Things would have been unthinkable not long ago, and the future of it is equally unimaginable to us now. What we can do is appreciate the incredible strides we’ve made.
Case in point: the Dyson Pure Cool Link, a tricked-out air purifier that’s stylish, smart, and like nothing else on the market. And yes, there’s an app for that.
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