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The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way consumers interact with their products—and vice versa. With smart refrigerators tracking expiration dates and food amounts, or smartphone applications that can remotely regulate the temperature and energy use of a home, consumers are more equipped than ever before to seamlessly manage everyday responsibilities.

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