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Nest Protect

Nest brings crisp design and smart features -- connected and otherwise -- to the humble smoke detector. You don't absolutely need the Nest Protect, but it's fine to admit you want one.

By November 19, 2013

4.5 stars Editors' rating November 19, 2013

MSRP: $129.00


Nest Protect (second generation)

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.

By July 27, 2015

4 stars Editors' rating July 27, 2015

Twitter locks user accounts that need 'extra protection'

Social network reaffirms that its platform was not hacked, but makes some users reset their passwords as a precaution.

By June 10, 2016


Google protects Chrome against quantum hacking before it can even happen

Current internet encryption methods would have no way to stand up to quantum computers. Luckily, Google's working on it.

By July 7, 2016


Daisy Ridley is now wearing a pillowcase on her head to protect you from Star Wars spoilers

Shooting of the eighth Star Wars film is nearing completion, and Ridley is enjoying teasing fans.

By July 6, 2016


Protect your messages, hide them in emoji

Mozilla, which makes the Firefox browser, has come up with a novel way to send secret messages across the web -- and look adorable while doing it.

By June 29, 2016


Brighten up your selfie with this power bank protective case

Now you can take selfies even at night!

By June 27, 2016


IIHS to consider passenger-side small-overlap test after crossovers fail to protect

Because why add expensive reinforcement if safety watchdogs aren't testing for it?

By June 24, 2016


That FCC plan to protect your privacy? Not everyone's a fan

The feds' proposal has come under fire as some argue broadband providers should not be held to higher standards than other companies in the Internet ecosystem.

By June 4, 2016


Flying your drone near an airport? Not if the FAA and FBI have their way

The Federal Aviation Administration is borrowing an FBI drone detection program to see if it can help keep tabs on potential threats to US airports.

By May 17, 2016