CNET News Video: Can a Nest smoke detector be as exciting as the iPod?5:12 /
Nest Labs, founded by the man dubbed the "father of the iPod," has found a way to get into your home in addition to its thermostat: a $129 smoke and carbon monoxide detector called Nest Protect. CNET's Paul Sloan sat down with Nest CEO Tony Fadell to find out how the two devices work together, what he learned at Apple, and his vision for the connected home.
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