Nest has a clear stake in the smart home biz, but its rumored "Nest Cam" and Google's previously announced Internet of Things operating system suggest there's much more to come.
Given that Nest Cam and Dropcam Pro are pretty similar, it doesn't make a lot of sense for existing users to replace their Pro. But, budding DIYers searching for a high-res live streaming camera really can't beat Nest Cam.
A Nest Cam, a new Nest Protect, and a redesigned Nest App highlighted the company's big day of announcements.
The next smoke and carbon monoxide sensor from Nest features more finely tuned sensors and a few convenient extras.
Take a tour of Nest's newest product, a $200 DIY security camera with Dropcam Pro looks and a clever app design.
Nest's $200 Dropcam Pro replacement is an excellent successor, just don't expect it to act as a standalone security device.
Nest's second-gen smoke and carbon monoxide detector may have a slimmer profile, but the team tacked on quite a few new features.
Google-owned Nest introduces a new addition to its connected home products, a smart security camera called Nest Cam.
Nest is ditching the Dropcam brand for a new name, the Nest Cam - and with it come updates to other home monitoring products. Also, Amazon upgrades the Kindle Paperwhite, and Facebook launches the Moments app for private photo sharing.
With updates to the entire Nest line-up of safety and comfort tech, the smart home of the future is already here, says Nest founder and CEO.