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The search giant is reportedly talking to retailers about new shopping features. Also, Google adds voice controls to the Nest thermostat and reveals the top trending search terms of 2014.
Nest has made a few handy updates to its flagship Learning Thermostat, with more information, better auto-scheduling and easier operation.
Thanks to new, deeper integrations with the popular smart thermostat, you'll be able to control it using "OK, Google" voice commands.
A HomeKit debut, dedicated smart-home exhibit space and more. Here's what we expect from the smart home and appliances at CES 2015.
In a series of new ads, the very smart company suggests that only the supposedly progressive will truly love its wares.
The Roost Smart Battery packages Wi-Fi connectivity into a 9V package. Put it into your old smoke detector, and you'll know if it sounds no matter where you are.
Reviews are in for the Nexus 9 and Nexus Player and Samsung starts all over with the Galaxy S6.
A deal with Electric Ireland opens a new channel for the Google-owned company's networked thermostats. Nest's CEO expects that it's the first of many such partnerships.
Pebble leads the pack in this next round of connected devices that will interact with Nest's thermostat and smoke detector.
Read on to find out if one of these smart thermostats deserves a spot in your home.
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