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.
Google's Nest names Yale the first Weave-enabled third-party brand and promises the 'Linus Lock' in 2016.
Nest is still our choice for best overall smart thermostat, but it isn't massively different from the second-gen model and the gap is narrowing as other brands introduce solid competitors.
The third generation Nest Learning Thermostat boasts a design overhaul, complete with a larger, sharper display and a slimmer profile.
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.
No other smoke and carbon monoxide detectors available today can match the second-gen Nest Protect in terms of looks and options, making it a great buy for anyone who appreciates design and connected features.
The $190 Samsung SmartCam HD Plus promises improved features and an all-new design that's strikingly similar to Nest Cam.
After a limited release to select cities, the Nest Learning Thermostat should now work with ADT Pulse subscriptions nationwide.
A Nest Cam, a new Nest Protect, and a redesigned Nest App highlighted the company's big day of announcements.
Nest's third-gen smart thermostat is finally here. Do its new features and design make it worth the price?