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Don’t you hate getting all bundled up under the covers, your pillows in the perfect scrunch position under your head, only to realise you didn’t turn out the lamp on the opposite end of the room and there’s no way you’ll be able to sleep with that bright bulb shining in your eyes all night? I do. And I do this all the time.
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The “smart home” has been a part of technology folklore for nearly 30 years. Despite hundreds of companies offering a myriad of solutions to make your home completely automated and networked, all of them are too expensive to really become mainstream. But Nokia is hoping to change all that by making the central device, the central controller of your home something that you already carry around with you – your (Nokia) mobile phone.