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Security issues are darkening the future of home automation and the Internet of things
Once reserved primarily for the wealthy due to its complexity and whole-home-or-nothing model, today home automation is more accessible, no matter what your budget. Instead of buying into a $50,000 whole-home system, you can build a smart home yourself piece-by-piece.
The future telecom industry will compete on who can provide the best converged experience, according to Telstra CTO Vish Nandlall.
The Australian smart home automation market is expected to hit $917 million in 2017 due to cheaper technology and demand for energy efficient devices.
A Taiwanese company making a touchscreen Wi-Fi router is seeking donations through Kickstarter to bring the device Down Under.