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Microsoft Brings "Lab of Things" to HomeOS Project, Looks to Connect Devices in

SmartAboutThings (1951032) writes | about a year ago


SmartAboutThings (1951032) writes "HomeOS is Microsoft's idea of having an operating system for the smart devices inside your house whereas Lab of Things was the software backbone that allowed for interconnection of devices and implementation of application scenarios. Microsoft has now brought support for Lab of Things in HomeOS, which was an expected move. Is the future of home automation any closer now?"
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SmartAboutThings (1951032) | about a year ago | (#44294411)

"devices in your home" title isn't showing entirely :(

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AHuxley (892839) | about a year ago | (#44294529)

MS(NSA) support for []
"We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher"
Any Privacy you have at home seems to be a MS Priority

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SmartAboutThings (1951032) | about a year ago | (#44294543)

Interesting. Anything that MS is going to develop for the future will now be labelled as "spy tool" :D

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AHuxley (892839) | about a year ago | (#44294687)

Citation needed will be so much fun too as MS hopes to spin its full compliance with existing or future lawful ....decryption or webcam requests.
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