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THE INTERNET OF THINGS…IN BED

One in three people aren’t getting enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So a cavalcade of products are aiming to address sleep issues—the global market for sleep aids is projected by BCC Research to reach $76.7 billion by 2019—and many of them are connected. Here are some of the latest.

1. BALLUGA

Cost: $1,629 for a twin mattress; up to $5,000 for a customized bed (balluga.com).

What it does: A smart bed ordered via the Indiegogo marketplace, it offers a customizable sleeping environment, including vibrating massage, climate

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