by Karen McPhillips
There were thousands of new products and innovations introduced at this year’s CES – many within the connected-life segment of the Internet of Things (IoT).
With significant variety in size, scope and function, all of these new products have one promise in common: to bring convenience, control and simplicity to the end user.
But while brands and their innovations fully intend to make the consumer’s life easier, many will fail to deliver. Simply put, in the high-stakes world of the IoT, there will be winners and losers. Read More