Smart home hubs in India are being designed to help users navigate around the internet and make life easier for their families.

A recent study by the Centre for Development Studies (CDS) of the University of Hyderabad (UNH) found that nearly half of the Indian population use smart home devices, including smart thermostats, light switches and door locks.

“Smart home hubs can be very useful for family members and friends.

They can help people avoid conflicts and work together,” UNH Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vyas Nair, said.

The CDS researchers also found that the use of smart home systems is linked to increased levels of social engagement and wellbeing.

“The more connected people are, the better they are able to work together in groups.

They are also more likely to communicate and communicate with each other,” Nair said.

This research has led to the creation of smart homes hubs, which will connect users to services and help them to navigate their lives.

“In this context, smart home and home automation are seen as the next big thing in our connected world.

They will play a key role in our society’s future,” said Nair.

India is expected to overtake the US as the world’s biggest smartphone market by the end of this year, according to research from IDC.

The country is also poised to overtake China as the second largest smartphone market, according a report from Strategy Analytics.