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The Smart Products Consumers Do (and Don't) Want

No one wants an Internet-connected wine bottle. Or a “smart” baby diaper, no matter what sort of data it collects. According to new market research, consumers are most interested in the Internet of Things when it helps them save money, or more easily control their other household appliances.

What they’re not interested in is a connected device for its own sake, like a lightbulb that flashes when the phone rings, or that pulses to the beat of music. If the Internet of Things is going to grow as fast as is projected, companies will need to start by tailoring products to existing consumer needs...

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