People Still Skeptical About Smart Home Security: Survey

Many consumers are still skeptical about smart home security and are more confident in traditional solutions than cutting-edge hardware communicating with the World Wide Web, according to a new survey conducted by PCMag. The research itself isn’t based on any representative sample of people, with all of its data being presented as an overview of thoughts some 1,500 PCMag readers have on home automation technologies and related fields, though it’s still perceived to have value in the context of showing how a portion of tech-savvy consumers feels about the idea of connected homes.

Read about the new survey by PCMag which reveals that people are not yet ready to use smart home security devices on Android Headlines.

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