The Internet of Things (IoT) is no longer something that will come in time. It will likely be a significant part of our life, many everyday tasks easier. But what is IoT? As Eric Schmidt, the president of Google at the WEF (World Economic Forum), said, the IoT “will always be part of our presence”. […]
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