More smart home tech that our homes really need in 2020

Dated: December 6 2019

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By now most people know about controlling your thermostat from your phone, remotely monitoring your home’s security and even voice control for your home through devices like Amazon Echo or Google Home. 

How could there possibly be more smart home tech that our dwelling places really need in 2020?

Smart Home Predictions from CES for 2020?

New models of Smartglasses

A new generation of technology that will put computer displays into glasses and give users a visual layer of information about the world around them.

Screens replace TVs


TVs will be replaced by OLED panels that are roughly the thickness of a sheet of vellum. The screen will be virtually transparent and will have a miniature chip in one corner that wirelessly connects to any nearby peripherals and content sources in a process similar to paring a bluetooth headset.






What tech innovations would you like to see over the next decade?


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