Thingclash Links: Weeks 36 + 37

We've decided to offer a weekly collection of Thingclash related links, in case you're not embedded deeply enough into all things IoT. You can also find more goodness by following @Thingclash on Twitter. 

So without further ado, here's your first delicious assortment.


Now the iPhone just got more nosy: The New iPhone Is Set to Record You, Whether You Ask It To Or Not 

Peter Bihr and Michelle Thorne’s thoughts on living in tomorrow’s connected home: Understanding the Connected Home 

Nora Young understands your frustration: Here's why your phone can't understand your accent

When “Means Well Technology” misunderstands your goals: We Believe in You

James Pallister asks: Will the Internet of Things set family life back 100 years?

Fitness Trackers for Cows: Can the IoT replace the cowboy?

Gartner’s Hype Cycle: Has the “IoT reached the dangerous 'peak of inflated expectations'.”

JWT’s The Conference speakers suggest: We will fall in love with our robot overlords and become enmeshed in the Internet of Things

Allison Arieff : The Internet of way too many things

Should we treat things more like people? Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for the IoT