Internet of Things is going to rock your world

As your alarm wakes you up one frigid winter morning your coffee maker is automatically alerted to begin brewing a fresh pot, while at the same time your house lights come up on a dimmed setting to let you adjust your waking eyes. On your way to work, traffic signals are altered according to the rush hour traffic in real time, to allow for the best possible flow of vehicles on the road. 

After arriving at work your printer senses it is running low on ink and instantly places an order online for another cartridge, all without you having to lift a finger.

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