Consumer electronics (and office products) are increasingly connected to the Internet. That means use patterns can be recorded and sent to an online database, giving designers almost complete knowledge of how customers use a device: Which features are used most often? What’s not used at all? With this knowledge, designers can refine software and content— and they can send updated versions to the device. In this way, networked hardware design becomes like web site design.

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