The Giants Of The Tech World Want To Build A Bigger Smart Home Ecosystem
Smart speakers were not popular till sometime back. August, the manufacturer of smart locks which the users can manage from their smartphones, thought voice control could hardly add something of value.
Amazon's Alexa works with third-party devices in over 30,000 ways! The newly acquired Ring is already seen as another way to establish security in smart homes and hence, develop the company’s ecosystem.
With so many options in the market now, the companies are now trying to make their products as user-friendly as possible. By purchasing third-party device manufacturers, the tech giants can control their ecosystem with more ease.
Avast, a security company, which works to keep connected devices secure. These devices are connected, the connections are seamless, user-friendly, with a lot of features, and comes under one bill!
It's not too farfetched then to imagine a scenario in which customers can buy a smart home starter kit from Google or Apple. Or that an Amazon Prime membership might someday come with all the parts required to let customers play music, order groceries, control the temperature in their homes, control their lights, monitor activity at their front doors and remotely control the door locks.
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