The Nest Learning Thermostat has found a new home with the folks at Apple.
The company better known for iPhones and iPads is now selling the high-tech thermostat in its online store for $249.95. But the Nest is unlike conventional thermostats.
As befits the term "learning," the Nest canto automatically keep things cool or warm. It turns itself off when your house is empty. And it taps into the power of remote control, letting you change the temperature from anywhere via your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Mac.
But why Apple as a vendor?
The group thatwas led by Tony Fadell, one of the brains behind the original iPod and iPhone. The gadget itself incorporates much of the "DNA" found in Apple devices.
The company also recently, Richard Lutton Jr., a potentially savvy move because Nest is in the middle of a .
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