“Google may have poured billions into buying smart thermostat maker Nest Labs, but according to a new piece of consumer research, Apple’s the company most people think of when it comes to Internet of Things devices,” Luke Dormehl reports for Cult of Mac.
“Conducted by ThroughTek, a leading Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions provider, almost half of consumers (48 percent) aware of IoT devices on the market are said to be familiar with Apple’s devices in the category, while just 22 percent know Samsung’s, 15 percent know Amazon’s, and 13 percent know Google’s,” Dormehl reports. “Despite, you know, the fact that Apple’s not really an Internet of Things company at all!”
Dormehl reports, “Apparently the device that people are most familiar with is the Apple Watch…”
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