The connected home market isn’t always obvious in how it benefits you, but I think lighting is one of the places it makes sense — if it’s done right.
I began installing “smart” bulbs in my home when I lived in Europe, slowly upgrading as I replaced burned-out lights. I admit to becoming something of an obsessive: I worked to add perfect lighting for each room, setting the bulbs to automatically turn on at the right time, and barked at Google Assistant to throw on mood lighting.
But when I recently moved to North America, there was a problem: None…
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