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Brewing Coffee From Bed, and Other Reasons Americans Want Smart Homes

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Smart tech has leapt off the pages of science fiction, wowed early adopters, and, according to a recent study, is on the verge of cracking the mainstream. Porch and Lowe's 2014 Smart Home Survey gauged 2,000 homeowners' attitudes toward the rapidly proliferating Internet of Things, and their responses suggest it may not be long before the first plugged-in home arrives on your block.

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