Your Roomba may have a map of your home, and now companies want to sell that data
The Roomba robotic vacuum has been whizzing across floors for years, but its future may lie more in collecting data than dirt.That data is of the spatial variety: the dimensions of a room as well as distances between sofas, tables, lamps and other home furnishings. To a tech industry eager to push “smart” homes controlled by a variety of Internet-enabled...
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