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Phone-Linked Smart Lock Hits Shelves

Phone-Linked Smart Lock Hits Shelves
A year-and-a-half after it was first set to go on sale, the smartphone-controlled August Smart Lock is now on the market and available through Apple Stores. The lock attaches to a door's deadbolt.
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