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Home automation brand Nest has an exactly been turning out new products lately.
But according to a Bloomberg source the company is supposedly working on a thermostat price under $20 that would do a lot of what makes the original so great.
Specifically learning capability.
Nest is also rumored to be developing a security system and possibly a new version of its nest camera.
Airbnb might be getting in to the business of long-term renting or even in some cases permanent residency.
According to another report report from Bloomberg the company has seeked out advice on whether or not it can compete with other brands in that space.
And finally, IBM has begun researching technology that will allow us to store huge amounts of data on something the size of an atom.
Atomic level storage would obviously revolutionize the tech space, and IBM essentially has the equivalent concept.
Of course, the idea has a long way to go, but the company seems confident it will eventually replace modern storage media
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