Almost a quarter of Britons now own one or more smart home devices

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New research from YouGov reveals that smart home devices are becoming more prevalent in UK households.  YouGov’s Smart Homes 2018 Report indicates that close to a quarter of Britons (23%) own one or more smart home devices (excluding smart meters), while one in ten now (8%) have two or more, underlining the growth in the industry. Smart home devices include; smart lighting, smart security, smart ▶ Full story on yougov.co.uk
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