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The structures are fashioned from “smart glass” that renders them opaque after a user enters and locks the door.
Many analysts say Huang’s emphasis on Arm’s strength in energy-efficiency is smart.
Not all of these series are good — some are quite bad, actually — but you can feel smart for watching them all the same.
While Amazon continues to lead the smart speaker market, both Google and Apple have the advantage of having their voice assistants built into smartphones.
In May, and again this fall, the district rolled out “smart” buses with Wi-Fi hot spots in areas without reliable internet access.
Amazon launches an Alexa service for property managers — The company’s goal is to Alexa a tool for smart home management, even for those without their own Amazon account.
Now, many high-end trackers and smart watches include ECG devices for tracking heart rhythms—one company, Withings, even promises sleep apnea detection in its upcoming wearable.
The pay-TV and internet provider has pitched TV manufacturers on using Comcast’s software to power their smart TVs, according to Protocol.
In addition, developing increasingly smart grids could help electricity systems deal with the peak-demand strains of AC.
“She portrayed that thin line of woman-child—of somebody being so strong while so fragile, being very smart and naïve at the same time,” says Kling of Haas.

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