The age of IoT is creeping quickly, aiming to keep us connected much more than we already are, and to many more devices we pass during our day. This is bound to affect our already crowded and overloaded lives, keeping us staring at our black mirrors and blurring the lines (or deleting them completely) between time on and off. Is it something we should worry about or are we still in control?
An “always-on” era
We may already think we’re constantly connected and that notifications are driving us crazy, but in the age of IoT, the ease of connectivity and device/wallet ubiquity will redefine what “always on” truly is; soon enough our complaints about information overload will be nothing compared to what is coming up: more access, more data, more locations and more coverage of our lives

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Internet of Things