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5 Home Devices That Connect to Twitter

Twitter isn’t just a sounding board for the latest news headlines or funniest memes. It can also be used as a command system for the home devices you use every day — from your coffee pot to your washing machine. We found five smart devices that connect you with your social media feeds, so you never miss a beat (or a hot cuppa joe). Tweet-a-Pot Yes, you can set your coffee pot to start brewing at 7 a.m

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Twitter isn’t just a sounding board for the latest news headlines or funniest memes. It can also be used as a command system for the home devices you use every day — from your coffee pot to your washing machine. We found five smart devices that connect you with your social media feeds, so you never miss a beat (or a hot cuppa joe). Tweet-a-Pot Yes, you can set your coffee pot to start brewing at 7 a.m

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