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.
Once features like geo-fencing, pattern-learning algorithms and triggers become available, this oddly standard Thermostat could become a strong contender at its price point. For now, though, it's not worth the money.
After a limited release to select cities, the Nest Learning Thermostat should now work with ADT Pulse subscriptions nationwide.
With few "smarts" to speak of, this Thermostat can't quite earn its price tag
A glossy face belies weak usability, over-complicated setup, and too few features.
Heating your home in the winter can be expensive. Investing in a smart thermostat can help you keep energy usage and costs under control. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis has three suggestion for smart thermostats under $300.
iDevices brings a trio of smart-home products to market, all compatible with Apple HomeKit centralized control on iOS and powered by Siri voice activation.
Nest's third-gen smart thermostat is finally here. Do its new features and design make it worth the price?
The third generation Nest Learning Thermostat boasts a design overhaul, complete with a larger, sharper display and a slimmer profile.
From the Cheapskate: Until you've experienced the joy that is an app-controlled thermostat, you haven't lived.