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Smart homes: Not just for tech geeks anymore

"People are getting lazier and lazier. You need a device to think for you." AP Writers Jennifer McDermott in Warwick, Rhode Island, and Jeff Karoub in Dearborn, Michigan, contributed to this story.

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Anick Jesdanun, Ap Technology Writer Updated 11:36 am, Saturday, December 30, 2017 27, 2017, file photo, Amazon Echo Spots are displayed during a program announcing several new Amazon products by the company, in SeattleThe round version of the Echo Show has its own 2.5-inch display that can provide visual information, such as the weather or a clock faceIt also provides access to Alexa and supports optional video-calling supportOnce people get their first smart product, they are likely to buy morePhoto: Elaine Thompson, AP /

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