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    By the end of 2021, 94% of businesses are estimated to be using IoT, according to a new global study.
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    London-based data science company DataSparQ created the system.
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  • Sony Making A Silent, Wearable Air Conditioner
    The device, called Reon Pocket, would slide into the pocket of a specially made undershirt and be controlled via mobile app.
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    More than 90% of voice assistants will be used to control smart home devices by 2024, according to Juniper Research.
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    Company will test autonomous vehicle to move customer orders on two-mile route between two stores in the retailer's hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas.
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