The U.S. smart home market is expected to reach 24 million homes by 2020, up from just 4.6 million now, according to Statista. That growth far outpaces the rest of the world, with the second-most connected homes in 2020 coming from Japan, with just 3.3 million.But which companies will drive all that growth?
Right now, Alphabet's Google, Apple , Samsung , and Amazon are making big waves in the space and will likely continue to lead for a while. Click on the slideshow below to find out what these tech titans are doing and which one is pulling ahead of the pack.
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