Technology has made us trade our privacy for convenience: opinion

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  • Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019

Many people start thinking about a smart home when they get a voice-activated speaker such as Amazon

For a while now The Hubby and I have been debating the purchase of a voice-activated smart speaker, not because we need it but because so many people we know have one. 

Whether it’s the Amazon Echo or the Google Home or the Apple HomePod, these devices allow users to feel like a star in an episode of The Jetsons or Futurama. I, for one, don't want to miss out on what is certainly the future of home living. 

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