As BBC reports, Petnet advertises itself as an automatic feeder for cats and dogs. Owners of smart pet-feeding device Petnet were told to "feed their pets manually" after a server problem stopped the device from working.


Petnet allows owners to schedule and control feeding via a smartphone app.


Adam Simon, an analyst with research company Context, said it was important users "always had a manual back-up" for smart systems.


"Increasingly, people are becoming dependent on these smart objects, and that could become a problem," he said.


"In this case, your pet could be left hungry."


Photo: BBC

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