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The smart home market has undergone significant change in recent years, with smart home systems evolving from niche technologies to mass-market products and services.

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  • Blake Kozak | June 07, 2017
    The promise of smart homes continues to bring new consumers, platforms and manufacturers to the category, but sustainable growth will depend upon interoperability. Creating ecosystems and devices that work well together, perhaps by standardizing on two or three protocols, is only half the solution
  • Ian Fogg | June 06, 2017
    Apple has a reputation for being highly secret, but at WWDC Apple demonstrated this view is overstated. WWDC 2017 was a major set of product and developer launches. Apple showed several major new technologies which will shape Apple’s hardware and software portfolio for years to come. These announcements provide a guide to future Apple product plans.
  • Paul Erickson | June 05, 2017
    Apple announced its HomePod smart speaker at WWDC 2017, marking its entry into that market as well as its formal manifestation of the concept of an all-Siri voice-controlled smart home in the future. With a 4-inch driver, a beamforming-capable 7-tweeter array, 6-microphone far field voice recognition array, acoustic modeling, multi-channel echo cancellation (useful for calling features undoubtedly to come), software-based distortion reduction, and automatic room adjustments thanks to its microphones, HomePod is thus far the most sophisticated audio product in the smart speaker race. HomePod is slated for December 2017 release in the US, UK, and Australia, at $349 USD.

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  • Merrick Kingston, Cecilia Zhu | June 23, 2017
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    The expansion of artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled services from companies including Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Samsung is expected to drive growth of the AI-powered digital assistants market ... .
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  • Icon Director, Connected Home
    Daniel Simmons plays an integral role in developing the company’s TV Technology Intelligence service. His knowledge base is centered on customer premises equipment markets such as set-top boxes, television sets, conditional access and middleware.
  • Icon Principal Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
    John Kendall is a principal analyst within the Consumer Electronics group. Building on his history of research in digital television, IP video distribution, set-top boxes, and TV technology, John is involved in researching the worldwide markets for home networking, broadband consumer premise devices and smart home technology.

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