The Internet of Useless Things Questions Our Tech Addictions

The Internet of Useless Things Questions Our Tech Addictions

Blog comes up with ridiculous and useless connected device ideas that mirror some IoT failings

Rachel Pincus
  • 3 february 2015

The Internet of Things has spurred many of our observations on what’s going to be trending in the next few years. But not all IoT devices are created equal. There are concerns about privacy and best practices, but there are also IoT ideas that are just plain silly and would only attract the purchases of the tech-obsessed. Without naming names, The Internet of Useless Things, a small parody blog developed by creative technology company rehabstudio, highlights some design elements seen in less-inspired devices.

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